Finding Happiness at Heritage View by Helen Rolfe – Review | Blog Tour

Standalone 5th Book in the Heritage Cove series

WHAT’S THE BOOK ABOUT

Welcome back to Heritage Cove, the little village by the sea brimming with character, community and friendship. The perfect place to fall in love…

Running Heritage View Stables is everything Hazel ever dreamed of. She loves working with the horses and managing the business with her brother. But after a terrible incident, she’s not sure whether she’ll ever be able to put things back the way they were.

Gus is ready to start over. He’s moved him and his ten-year-old daughter Abigail to Heritage Cove, where he’s opening his own vet practice. Everything is falling into place, especially as he watches Abigail start to come out of her shell for the first time since the accident.

Neither Hazel nor Gus is looking for love, but could they each be what the other needs? And is happiness even a possibility when their pasts won’t let them go?

Join new friends and old, as summer comes to Heritage Cove.

Finding Happiness at Heritage View by Helen Rolfe - Review | Blog Tour
Finding Happiness at Heritage View by Helen Rolfe – Review | Blog Tour

Rating: 3 out of 5.

WHY YOU SHOULD READ THIS BOOK

If you love reading about cozy communities, slow-burn romance, overcoming past trauma, and above all, horses, Finding Happiness at Heritage View by Helen Rolfe is the perfect book for you.

It is told from the dual perspectives of Gus and Hazel. Gus is a doting father to his daughter, Abigail, and can sometimes be overprotective of her due to a freak accident in the past. Hazel, meanwhile, loves horses and runs Heritage View Stables with her brother. However, a traumatic episode in the past has put an end to an activity she loved – teaching horse riding.

The way Gus, with help from Abigail, helps Hazel in getting back her confidence was admirable. The slow-burn romance between them was endearing to read.

Moreover, the cozy community at Heritage Cove warmly welcomed Gus and Abigail and made them a part of the community from day one.

Finally, horses. So, many horses. I loved the millions of scenes featuring the horses in the Heritage View Stables. Cinnamon was my favorite, though.

However, the leisurely pace at which the story is told felt a tad too slow for me.

Overall, I liked reading Finding Happiness at Heritage View by Helen Rolfe and would recommend it to people looking for a delightful romance set in a cozy, small town.

Finding Happiness at Heritage View by Helen Rolfe - book cover
Finding Happiness at Heritage View by Helen Rolfe

BOOK DETAILS

Genre: Romance || Published on 6th July 2022 by Boldwood Books

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Many thanks to Rachel @ Rachel’s Random Resources for organizing this blog tour. Many thanks to the publisher for my copy of the book. This does not affect my opinion on the book. I opted to provide an honest review on my blog.

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AUTHOR BIO

Helen Rolfe

Helen Rolfe is the author of many bestselling contemporary women’s fiction titles, set in different locations from the Cotswolds to New York. Most recently published by Orion, she is bringing sixteen titles to Boldwood–a mixture of new series and well-established backlist. She lives in Hertfordshire with her husband and children.

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