Blog Tour: Extract from Catherine Ferguson's Second Chances at the Log Fire Cabin

by - October 29, 2018

Published by Avon, 1 November 2018
Pre-order now from Amazon UK

About the book:

It’s time to cosy up this winter…

When Roxy proposes to her boyfriend Mac in a moment of madness on live TV, she’s mortified when he rejects her. To escape the embarrassment, she takes a job working as cookery assistant at a Christmas house party at the idyllic Log Fire Cabin. Roxy hopes the new job will take her mind off Mac, because to her eternal annoyance, she hasn’t been able to stop thinking about him…

But when Mac turns up at the cabin in unexpected circumstances, things begin to go awry. Can Roxy heal her own heart this Christmas? Or is someone waiting in the wings to help her…?

A little sneaky look inside:

He blinks. ‘Oh. Right,’ he says, as if that hadn’t been what he was expecting. ‘Where do your parents live?’

‘On the south coast? Worthing?’ His question throws me for a moment. I can’t believe he’s forgotten. We’ve had a few chats about where we grew up and I can remember all the details of his childhood. I can even name the school he went to.

He frowns. ‘That’s a long way from here.’

I nod gloomily.

‘So move in with me,’ he says with a shrug.

There’s a brief silence as I stare at him, completely befuddled. Did he just say: So move in with me?
My heart starts to thump. I must have misheard him, surely.

He chuckles. ‘Well? Say something, Roxy.’

I sit up straight so I can properly read his expression and he’s smiling down at me with this cute, slightly vulnerable look on his face. He might even be blushing, although it could be the Christmas tree lights casting a rosy glow.

Oh my God, he actually means it! He wants me to move in with him!

My mind is racing at this quite surreal turn of events. It’s all so sudden. But I’m crazy about Jackson, no doubt about that, so . . .

‘I’d love to.’ I gulp. ‘Move in with you.’

And in the blink of an eye, I go from the aftermath of a painful recurring nightmare to dancing a Highland fling in my head with happiness . . .

So... what do you think? It definitely sounds intriguing to me and would love to know what happens next!

If you've read Second Chances at the Log Fire Cabin why not leave a comment below to let me know what you thought?

Chat soon beautifuls,


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