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Coming Home to Heritage Cove by Helen J Rolfe – Blog Tour

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Coming Home to Heritage Cove by Helen J Rolfe

Genre: Fiction
Source: Rachel’s Random Resources

About The Book

Welcome to Heritage Cove, the little village by the sea brimming with character, community and friendship, and the perfect place to fall in love this summer…
Melissa rushes back to Heritage Cove when Barney, the man who’s been like a father figure to her since she was a little girl, ends up in hospital. After an absence of five years, her return isn’t going to be easy, especially when she bumps into Harvey, the love of her life and the man she’s never been able to forget.
For reasons he couldn’t explain at the time, Harvey changed his mind about going with Melissa to start afresh as they’d planned, and life moved on for the both of them. But with Melissa back in the village and determined to stick around to help Barney, they can’t avoid each other forever. Melissa knows she let so many people down by staying away for so long, but she and Harvey blame each other for what happened and neither of them is willing to admit to being in the wrong.
When Barney insists on cancelling the Wedding Dress Ball, the charity fundraiser he holds every year in the stunning barn on his property, Melissa and Harvey realise they’re going to have to pull together. Otherwise the man they once knew might be gone forever. And when they unearth a secret Barney has never shared with anyone, they go in search of answers to not only ensure the ball runs this summer, but to bring back the Barney they know and love.
Back in the cove after all this time, Melissa gets to see the life she left behind and it’s time to deal with what it was that drove her away in the first place.

My Thoughts

Sometimes, it’s much easier to leave than stay where you are. It will seem a coward act, but it’s the only way to heal the wounds and start a new beginning. This is the story of Melissa, she left Heritage Cove a few years ago after someone broke her heart. But now, Barney, the man she loves like a father is at the hospital and Melissa knows that it’s time to return, even if it’s painful. As you can imagine things will not be easy for her, because Barney’s trust man is Melissa ex-boyfriend, Harvey, who will be present in every moment of her return.
The story of Melissa and Harvey will not be easy to heal, there are too many half truths and pain between them that it will take a lot of patience and trust to heal all wounds. But, love can heal anything, you only have to let it in! I really liked how this book was not only centered on the two main characters but all the neighbours of Heritage Cove. Because I can’t stay without talking about the charity fundraiser that Barney has organised for many years but now he wants to cancel it. Why? Is there anything he has been hiding all this time?
I really urge you to read this book and hope that this will be a series and we will meet some of the other characters on the story soon! Because this is a sweet and beautiful story, but with a difficult core that will melt your heart. I don’t think there’s any better book to enjoy this weekend, simply let Heritage Cove welcome you.

About The Author

Helen J Rolfe writes romantic fiction and contemporary women’s fiction and enjoys weaving stories about family, friendship, secrets, and community.
Location is a big part of the adventure in Helen’s books and she enjoys setting stories in different cities and countries where she thinks her readers might like to escape to.
Helen J Rolfe also writes for Orion Books under the name Helen Rolfe.
Born and raised in the UK, Helen graduated from University with a business degree and began working in I.T. This job took her over to Australia and it was there that she finally turned to what she loved and studied writing and journalism. She spent a while freelancing for women’s health and
fitness magazines, volunteered with the PR department of a children’s hospital where she wrote articles and media releases, and eventually began writing fiction in 2011. And now, she thinks she may just have found her dream job.
Helen currently lives in Hertfordshire, UK, with her husband and their children.

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