Outback Ghost — Rachael Johns
Adam Burton tried to keep his family together after his little sister went missing from the family farm. But twenty years later, his dad has walked out, his mum is reclusive and he still blames himself. When Stella Reynolds and her young daughter Heidi arrive at the farm’s holiday cottage, Adam is drawn to the beautiful single mum.
As the twenty-year old mystery begins to unravel, Stella wonders if she should take her daughter and run. Stella only wanted a holiday… the last thing she expected was to be haunted by Bunyip Bay… or to be falling in love with a gorgeous, but hurting, farmer.
The House at the Bottom of the Hill — Jennie Jones
When Charlotte Simmons buys a bed-and-breakfast in Swallow’s Fall, Snowy Mountains, she plans to jazz up the old place, flip it—and get close to the one man who might have answers about her mother’s mysterious death. Charlotte doesn’t count on opposition from the town council, and the hotshot owner of Kookaburra’s Bar & Grill.
Daniel Bradford knows progress is slow in Swallow’s Fall. He’s finally about to upgrade his hotel when a prim-and-proper, citified redhead blows into town. Daniel knows trouble when he sees it—but soon it becomes very clear that he can’t contain Charlotte or the way he feels about her.
Red Dust Dreaming — Eva Scott
Elizabeth Langtree has her life in order—safe, organised, planned. Until her family send her to Australia to collect her orphaned nephew. Australia is nothing like she expected, and Elizabeth soon falls under the spell of the Outback—and the seriously sexy station owner, Caden Carlyle, who has been caring for Luke since the death of her sister. Elizabeth must choose between duty and the dictates of her heart to determine the future of a devastated little boy. In the battle of duty versus desire, only one can survive the hot Australian sunshine.
About the Author
Eva Scott lives on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland with her family and three dogs. When she’s not writing, you can find her out on the water kayaking, fishing or swimming. When on dry land, it’s all about the shoes and the coffee.
Born and brought up in Wales, Jennie Jones loved anything with a romantic element from an early age. At eighteen, she went to drama school in London then spent a number of years performing in British theatres, becoming someone else two hours, eight performances a week.
Jennie wrote her first romance story at the age of twenty five whilst ‘resting’ (a theatrical term for ‘out of work’). She wrote a western! But nobody wanted it. Before she got discouraged a musical theatre job came up and Jennie put writing to one side.
She now lives in Western Australia, a five minute walk to the beach that she loves to look at but hardly ever goes to - too much sand.
Jennie returned to writing four years ago. She says writing keeps her artistic nature dancing and her imagination bubbling. Like acting, she can’t envisage a day when it will ever get boring.
Number Of Pages: 864
Published: 1st March 2016
Publisher: Harlequin Enterprises (Australia) Pty Ltd
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.5 x 5.4
Weight (kg): 0.88