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The Christmas Tree Cottage – Holly Martin

When Evergreen Winter rides into the Wishing Wood Resort to fulfil her temporary role as Mrs Christmas, it seems that all the Christmas lights have aligned and she has come home. Even her name conjures up a magical woman who has secrets hidden under her magnificent cloak. And a cloak she does wear, and she has secretes which see her live her life peripatetically in an old fashioned caravan and a lovely Clydesdale horse called Thunder.

However, Evergreen was expecting to play Mrs Christmas next to someone who would not need much work to be Father Christmas. But it seems that being paired with the gorgeous Heath Brookfield, one third of the brothers who own Wishing Wood is going to prove more than a challenge.

Playing this fictional couple to the delight of the children, even Heath’s own wonderful daughter starts to cause some sparks between the couple. And it seems that perhaps the lines are going to blur this Christmas.

Will it mean that Heath finally finds the one woman he has been looking for all his life?

Will it mean Evergreen finally stops running away from her past and confronts it?

Will the perfect Christmas exist providing both Heath and Evergreen open their hearts to trust and rely on someone else to help them find their true happiness.

This is a wonderful conclusion to this series of books. The strong male characters have been in the forefront of all the stories which has been a change, rather than them being much in the background. The wonderful innocence of the children that are in Wishing Wood, whether that be Heath’s daughter, niece, a new nephew or even a visiting families they bring the whole magic of Christmas to life.

Whatever the magic ingredient that Holly Martin has, she manages to combine it all to make a great festive read and a great read for anyone wanting to get stuck into a series of books full of warmth and love.

Thank you to the author for an advanced copy in return for an honest review.

The Christmas Tree Cottage is out now.

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