Monday, June 4, 2018

Review: Mother's Day by Fiona McArthur #HelenReviews

Mother's Day by Fiona McArthur

Helen's rating: star star star star star

Heat rating: Flame  

Mother's Day by Fiona McArthur blurb

Book review by HelenMs McArthur, you have done it again! You have written such a gorgeous story about three beautiful, wonderful woman, and their lives as they grow and learn no matter their age. They nurture and gain strength, and love together in the beautiful small country town of Burra in the Riverina of NSW and the local maternity hospital. Of course, there is a beautiful romance as well, sit back and enjoy, this is a fabulous story.

Noni Frost is a single mum to a young son, Harley, and midwife at the local Burra maternity hospital. She feels very strongly about her job and her family. She lives with her free-spirited aunt, Winsome, who runs a guest house. But it looks like the local hospital might need to close if they cannot find a new obstetrician and soon. So when Iain McCloud and his pregnant daughter, Jacinta arrive at the guest house, sparks fly in many ways when Iain and Noni meet.

Jacinta is seventeen, pregnant and has been living on the streets since losing her mother a year before. She is suddenly rescued by a father she never knew, and her life is upended. She finds it hard to trust Iain McCloud, and then he takes her to the country of all places. Oh but this may be a good thing, especially when she meets midwife Noni and the awesome Win.

Win has led a life of happiness during her years a free spirit in the town of Burra. She is popular with everyone and has her weekends to spend time with friends. She has always been there for Noni and Harley, and now she opens her home and heart to Jacinta and Iain, but it is also time for Win to find her love.

Iain never knew he had a daughter and there is a lot of guilt for him to come to terms with. He is a successful doctor, but when he arrives in Burra, he keeps a lot to himself. However, he cannot deny the spark that connects him to the beautiful, feisty Noni for very long.

I loved this story from page one. It is moving. There is humor. It ticks all of the boxes for a heartwarming romance that will keep you turning the pages. I just about inhaled this one. The strength that is shown by the woman in the story was incredible. And then there is Iain. Wow, what a stubborn hero, but one that is easy to fall for. Seeing him when his daughter is having her baby was gorgeous, and yes there were tears. Iain is there to save the day when there is a crisis, and he left me sighing. As did all the characters in this emotional, moving, fabulous book. Woo hoo! Ms McArthur, you rock! I loved it and highly recommend this one.

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  1. MS McArthur knows how to write a story that will pull readers in and this one is a beauty :)
    Have Fun


  2. I've never read this author but this sounds like it would be a great story.

    1. Hi Mary

      MS McArthur writes fabulous stories and also writes for M&B in the Medical line :) and I do highly recommend thme

      have Fun