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The Cabin by Erin Unger

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About the Book

Book: The Cabin

Author: Erin Unger

Genre: Romantic suspense

Release date: June 14, 2019

The CabinLeah Kettridge’s writing career is over before the first book lands on the shelf, when a famous author has claimed she’s stolen his work. If it wasn’t for a story brainstorming luncheon with her sister, he’d have never overheard her conversation about the novel she was writing. Who will she ever trust again if not her most favorite writer? And what about the one fabulous date they had before she knew what a traitor he was?

Keenan Brinner has it all. He’s a best-selling author who’s only headed toward more greatness. And he must be the most gorgeous guy Leah’s ever seen. But he’s also a liar and a cheat.

When they end up at the same cabin to write, emotions explode. But an unexpected snowstorm traps them deep in the mountains. Is he bent on destroying her in more ways than one? How will love find them amidst all their anger and distrust?


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About the Author

Ering UngerErin Unger was raised in the hills of Virginia, exploring abandoned houses and reading the scariest books she could find. After marrying so young it would make a great romance novel, she has enjoyed an exciting life with her hubby. But her fast-paced life sometimes rivals the suspense in her books thanks to all her mostly grown children and a couple grandkids. Her next novel, Fateful Fall, releases August 9, 2019.


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Glittery snow. The perfect cabin in the mountains. And sworn enemies trapped together. How could anything go wrong?

Welcome to the cabin where writers like to go to get away from the noise and bother of life to write. I hope you don’t mind the two guests already here. They’re stuck together after one stole the other’s novel. But the famous one has firsts rights to the work. Who’d dare believe he’d be the perpetrator of the crime? Or is it the newbie writer who longed to be known for more than her graphic designs who plagiarized?

Stay and enjoy a mug of instant coffee and some potted meat. And make sure to bring in your warmest blanket, since this eclectic home has lost power in the storm.

You’ll also find a complementary cordless phone with no connection for your accommodations.

Enjoy your stay! And take a moment to check out our amenities folder laden with an expert below.


Read an excerpt from The Cabin

Betrayal is such a benign looking word on paper. In real life it could kill a person. Like me. I was dying on the inside as I flipped from one page to the next of the bestselling novel in my hands. And all because of Keenan Brennan—the hottest bestselling author I knew and dated some time ago. Yet some part of me kept praying it wasn’t true as I pressed into the sofa cushion and continued to read.

It just couldn’t be.

But the book with the startlingly dark cover said it all.

“No, no, no.”

Hot tears stung my cheeks as I ripped the well-designed cover off the book and then launched it across the living room. It smashed against the refurbished brick wall and landed with its pages bent. Good. It deserved a worse fate than just bent pages.

How? When had he stolen my book idea?

I face-planted my palm against my forehead. “At the restaurant.”

Why didn’t I keep my big fat mouth shut and tell my sister Aeris the storyline in the privacy of my home? Tears stung my eyes. Who’d have guessed my lowdown almost boyfriend would stoop so low. He didn’t need my work.

I stared across the room, not focusing on the heap of a good—terrible—book. Well it was on the NYT bestselling list. Not bad for a nobody writer like myself. And since it was my story—not his—then I allowed myself a moment of self-satisfaction.

My gaze dropped to the torn book. I had to take another look. Couldn’t it be a coincidence? Maybe the rest of it was different. In a scramble, I grabbed it up and found the page I last read.

By chapter forty there was no doubt.


When unexpected betrayal enters her life, Leah considers giving up her passion. Once deciding to continue her pursuit of writing, she ventures to a what she thinks is a secluded cabin in the woods of scenic Vermont. Shocked and bewildered at what she finds, Leah is filled with questions, wonder and a bit of fear. The proposed writing retreat turns into fear of the unknown as soon as she arrives in town. The mystery quickly escalates when she learns the identity of another person staying in the cabin, especially since she thought she would be alone on this retreat.
The first page of the story drew me in and I found myself holding my breath waiting to learn the next event. Author Erin Unger provides great descriptions that made me feel like I was right there in the cabin. The mystery and intrigue and possibility of romance in the story make for a great read. I received a complimentary copy of this book by Celebrate Lit and author Erin Unger. No review was required.


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Book Reviews From an Avid Reader, June 27

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Texas Book-aholic, June 30

Debbie’s Dusty Deliberations, June 30

Inspired by fiction, July 1

Godly Book Reviews, July 1

All-of-a-kind Mom, July 2

Daysong Reflections, July 2

janicesbookreviews, July 3

Stephanie’s Life of Determination, July 3

Inklings and notions, July 4

A Reader’s Brain, July 5

Truth and Grace Homeschool Academy, July 6

Real World Bible Study, July 7

Remembrancy, July 7

Through the Fire Blogs, July 8

Locks, Hooks and Books, July 8

Maureen’s Musings, July 9

Pause for Tales, July 9

Moments, July 10

Melissa Henderson, July 10


To celebrate her tour, Erin is giving away a themed basket that includes a copy of The Cabin!!

Be sure to comment on the blog stops for nine extra entries into the giveaway! Click the link below to enter.

  • Jill Weatherholt
    Posted at 07:40h, 10 July Reply

    I always enjoy books with writers as the main characters. Great review, Melissa…thanks!

    • mimionlife
      Posted at 14:27h, 10 July Reply

      Thank you Jill. Hope you get to read the story. I really enjoyed it. 🙂

  • Robin at Haphazard Homemaker
    Posted at 21:42h, 10 July Reply

    I haven’t read an actual book in many years, but this review makes me want to run out and buy her book! 🙂

    • mimionlife
      Posted at 00:04h, 11 July Reply

      Wonderful! Hope you get the book and enjoy reading the story. 🙂

  • conniepsaunders
    Posted at 22:11h, 10 July Reply

    I enjoyed your review and I appreciate your participation in this tour!

  • Julie Waldron
    Posted at 20:52h, 11 July Reply

    This sounds like a great book, thanks for the review!

    • mimionlife
      Posted at 22:23h, 11 July Reply

      Hope you enjoy reading the story. 🙂

  • carylkane
    Posted at 21:25h, 12 July Reply

    Melissa, Thank you for the wonderful review and being part of the tour.

    • mimionlife
      Posted at 02:27h, 13 July Reply

      You are welcome. 🙂 Have a blessed weekend.

  • Dianna
    Posted at 02:56h, 13 July Reply

    New author for me! I love that cover.

    • Melissa Henderson
      Posted at 00:45h, 01 August Reply

      Wonderful! Hope you get to read the story. 🙂

  • ordinarilyextraordinarymom
    Posted at 20:00h, 17 July Reply

    This book sounds just like what I loved to read in my former life. I just recently picked back up on reading, and this one is on the top of my list. Thank you for sharing!

    • mimionlife
      Posted at 21:35h, 17 July Reply

      I really enjoyed this story. Hope you get to read the book soon. 🙂

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