Book Review | The Christmas Cabin | Susas Hatler

Book Description

Harper Avery is a no-nonsense divorce lawyer whose much-needed holiday vacation is accidentally double-booked with optimistic divorce lawyer, Gabriel Hart, the man who just sabotaged her client’s fresh-start by encouraging the woman to reconcile with her husband.

Harper Avery is a jaded divorce attorney who loves helping her clients move on to better things. After all, they’ve struggled enough being in an unhappy marriage. When one client’s soon-to-be ex-husband suddenly says he wants a second chance with his wife, Harper’s dubious, certain that her client is just going to get hurt again.

Despite his career as a divorce attorney, Gabriel Hart still believes that love can work miracles. Sure, there are no guarantees, but he totally supports his client’s efforts to reconcile with his wife—even if it means Gabriel has to go head-to-head with Harper to keep her from ruining the couple’s chances.

With the holidays approaching, husband and wife set out to see if they can work through their issues, while Harper decides to spend the long Christmas weekend at her friend’s cabin in Lake Tahoe. Only when she gets there, someone is already occupying her last-minute rental—Gabriel Hart. Both refuse to give up their holiday retreat. Will their adversarial working relationship make for a stressful weekend? Or will the magic of Christmas sprinkle them with a love that can beat the odds?

Author’s Profile

SUSAN HATLER is a New York Times and USA TODAY Bestselling Author, who writes humorous and emotional contemporary romance and young adult novels. Many of Susan’s books have been translated into German, Spanish, French, and Italian. A natural optimist, she believes life is amazing, people are fascinating, and imagination is endless. She loves spending time with her characters and hopes you do, too.

Plot Summary & Review

As the title suggests, it is a Christmas romance. The story is centered around Harper, a divorce attorney. She is ready to settle a divorce for her client Noelle, but things don’t go as per the plan. Noelle decides to get back with her husband Riley despite Harper’s better judgement. It doesn’t help that the opposing counseller Gabriel is handsome and charming AF.

She has had a rough past when it comes to love, and she is surrounded by people who have had troubled marriages. It makes her cynic and pessimist. To make things worse, her Christmas plans get cancelled at the last minute.

Long story short, she ends up in a Christmas cabin with Gabriel. Initially reluctant to share the cabin, they get along well. They prepare for the Christmas reminiscing their past, remembering their parents. And soon they fall for each other.

It was a nice little season romance, and I kept my logic at bay. It was a fun and quick read. Susan Hatler specializes in lawyer romance 🙂 I liked the other romances I read from Susan: Her Wedding Date and The Second Chance Inn

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