Tuesday, 25 May 2021

Book Review: Mia by Fiona McArthur

Fiona McArthur
Publisher: Self Published
Publication date: 30th December 2020
Series: Lyrebird Lake #3 
Genre: Romance
Pages: 213
Format read: eBook
Source: Courtesy of the author

About the book

Angus Campbell is used to dealing with emergency situations. He’s a rescue medic. But his newly discovered son will require more than his professional training. Perhaps Angus's childhood home, Lyrebird Lake, is the best place to find rapport for both of them.

Mia is expecting a new arrival – but she wasn’t expecting Angus. Six feet of sexy he-man is way out of her comfort zone. She will not get involved. But the man needs help.
Her baby could have the perfect family...but would they have love?

And then there’s the magical myth of the Lyrebirds…
My review
Mia is the third book in Fiona McArthur's Lyrebird Lake series.
In this story we follow Mia as she moves to Lyrebird Lake after a break-up with her fiance. Mia is to start the new supported home birth service attached to the hospital.
We get to revisit some much loved characters  from the previous books and Ned's long lost son returns which gives a love interest for Mia.

I love Fiona McArthur's female characters, they are feisty, strong women with minds of their own. They have a passion for their work and they want to instill that passion in everyone.
Fiona includes the danger of disused mine shafts that are dotted around the countryside and the suspense of a rescue mission had me holding my breath.
As with each of the books in this series Fiona has included a calm, serene and safe birth scene. there is also lots of community spirit with the small town celebrating and supporting each other.

I really enjoy these romance reads and it's always a joy to read a book that you are assured to finish with a smile on your face.

4 / 5    ⭐⭐⭐⭐

About the author

photo: Goodreads
Fiona McArthur has worked as a midwife for thirty years. She is the clinical midwifery educator inner rural maternity unit and teaches emergency obstetric strategies while working with midwives and doctors from remote and isolated areas.

Fiona has written more than thirty romances, which have sold over two million copies in twelve languages. She has been a midwifery expert for Mother and Baby magazine and is the author of Aussie Midwives. She has also written the novels Red Sand Sunrise, The Homestead Girls and Heart of the Sky. She lives on a farm in northern New South Wales.


Challenges entered:  Australian Women Writers Challenge #AWW2021

                                 Aussie Author Challenge #AussieAuthor21

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