Treehouse by Delia Latham


Treehouse by Delia Latham
Publisher: White Rose Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Inspirational
Length: Short Story (38 Pages)
Heat Level: Sweet
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Telstar

Tim Kerschner’s attachment to a solitary aspen on property he inherits goes much deeper than aesthetics. Can he make landscape architect Ryann Dean understand his refusal to let her chop down this single tree in a forest of them?

Ryann loves her job in Bliss, Oregon. Junior high teacher Tim Kerschner, on the other hand, she’d be happy to have never met. The man’s handsome face loses any appeal in light of his arrogance and obvious inclination to violence—the latter of which Ryann despises for reasons close to her heart.

A visit to what lies within the branches of the controversial tree could give them both a whole new outlook on life…and on each other.

Can the existence of a single tree become a pivotal point of one’s life and love?

Author Delia Latham’s book, Treehouse, answers that question in a few short pages that are filled with enough emotion that its readers will swing from one end of the pendulum to the other.

In just 38 pages, the author manages to give the characters of her book both dimension and a perspective that I found unique and refreshing.

The benefits of forgiving and accepting are well illustrated within this story without being preachy. It’s well written and the pacing comfortably fits the story. With so few pages, it’s the perfect book for that afternoon break when you only have a few minutes, but want something good to read.


  1. Thanks so much for this sweet review! I’m so glad you enjoyed Treehouse.

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