Review: A Christmas Cabin for Two by K.D. Fisher

89333ebe-a5fb-484a-b75b-c170c37967cbTitle: A Christmas Cabin for Two

Author: K.D. Fisher

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

Publication Date: November 5, 2019

Genre: LGBTQ, MM Romance

Format: eBook, Print

Length:  195 Pages

Rating: 3.5 Stars



A match as perfect as cold nights and cozy fireside heat.

Gentle giant Matt Haskell and urbane teacher Mikah Cerullo are as opposite as the Teton Mountains and downtown Manhattan.

Hardworking organic farmer Matt has little time to think about love, but when Mikah, a sexy and snarky New Yorker, arrives at his farm to buy a Christmas tree for the family’s Jackson Hole mansion, the attraction is immediate for both of them, and they agree to share a cozy cabin in the Idaho woods. The clock is ticking on their holiday fling, since Mikah is due to take a teaching position back in the city, but as the holiday magic envelops them, they wonder if their budding romance might withstand their differences.



♦ Personal Thought ♦

Gear up for cold weather and the holidays season with this lovely standalone from KD Fisher. Starring an awkward teacher and shy lumberjack who started on Holidays fling which escalated when feeling involved. 

This is a cute and lighthearted holidays read. It’s easy to root both characters with their charming personality, flawed backstory, and a bit of self-assurance issue. Matt and Mikah’s contrasting nature was enjoyable to follow. And I loved that despite the vast background differences they had, that was the least of the problem in this book. The attraction was a tad instant to my liking, but eh – anything could happen on holidays, right. It’s a season of miracle!

As a newbie to Fisher’s writing, I take this first as a success. It’s witty, drama-free, with a bunch of VERY supportive – albeit overly protective for some – people on both sides (of our MCs). For once there’s no look-the-other-way or – God forbid – bigot family in story I read. (Not that I’m trying to diminish books with some kind of friend/family, but at times one just wanted to feel fully happy while reading and leaving all the ugly of the world). For that alone A CHRISTMAS CABIN FOR TWO earned feel-good comfort read that guaranteed to lift-up readers’s mood.

And have I mentioned the food?? It’s another plus point for me – I was drooling just from scanning the list of dishes mentioned here. Oh yeah, I’m easy that way. But really, A CHRISTMAS CABIN FOR TWO is a jaunty sweet read to cheer reader up. At least it worked for me. 🙂


Copy of this book is kindly given by the author in exchange for an honest review.


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