Midnight and Mistletoe at Cedarwood Lodge written by Rebecca Raisin, publisher HQ Digital is available NOW in ebook format.
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Planning a New Years Eve Party might be the kind of event Clio Winters used to dream about organising, but when everything is feeling a bit up in the air, she has to hope that this New Years her wish really will come true.
Cedarwood Lodge is a delectable romance told in three parts – following Clio Winters journey back to her hometown of Evergreen. This is the final part in this feel-good romance serial.
I’m so pleased to be involved in the blogtour promoting and celebrating the launch of Rebecca Raisin’s final instalment in The Cedarwood Lodge trilogy. Cedarwood Lodge has been such a treat. I’m now feeling quite hungover with book love for the friends I’ve grown to love at Cedarwood Lodge. I do hope Rebecca Raisin will revisit Cedarwood Lodge in the future. I could happily read the whole series back to back again!
We rejoin Clio and her friends and family at Christmas, just after their first major wedding expo at the lodge. With the excitement of the prospect of new events planning for the new year the gang can now relax a little and enjoy Christmas. Until Tim, an old school friend of Clio’s, throws a party opportunity their way which is too good an offer to refuse. One week to plan a major New Year’s Eve party for a big business. Clio and Amory are already excited and are busy scribbling down ideas but with the boss of the firm making last minute changes the team at Cedarwood Lodge have lots to do.
Kai, the Australian builder who has caught Clio’s eye, is still on site finishing off work. The relationship between Clio and Kai is so lovely. They are both sensitive souls with background heartache between them. Can Clio trust her heart and break down her barriers to let love in? Or will it be too late with Kai with his family and other work commitments elsewhere?
The secrets of Cedarwood Lodge slowly start unravelling in this book and for someone it is such a heart breaking moment for them to reach out to others and let them understand this heartache.
Cedarwood Lodge, I can see from the words on the page, is a remarkable place that needs to let people in to share it’s beauty. It just needed some like minded folk to refresh the bones of the place and bring some magic and love to the community that live, work and visit the lodge. A gorgeous read 5/5*
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