From the author of Jumping Fences, Rain Dance and the bestselling Diamond Spirit series comes another hugely appealing country romance.
When Kirra leaves school to begin her first job on the station where she grew up, she is unimpressed to find herself partnered with a new employee who will barely speak to her. Daniel is undeniably cute, but he has a serious attitude problem and a mysterious past - there are whispers that he's fresh out of juvenile detention, but no one will tell her why. Daniel gradually thaws and reveals his secrets and Kirra starts to see beyond the moodiness to a boy she can believe in. But others remain wary of him, and her best friend warns her to stay clear. Kirra has some decisions to make. Is Daniel worth fighting for? Or should she walk away?
About the Author
Karen Wood is the author of the five Diamond Spirit books, two rural romances, Jumping Fences and Rain Dance, and the Trickstars series for younger readers. She has an Arts degree majoring in communications and a diploma in horticulture. She has syndicated a gardening column in several newspapers throughout Australia, has published feature articles in various magazines and has published photographs in bushwalking guides. She is married with two children, a few horses, some dogs, chooks and a very cute rabbit. She lives on a small acreage on the Central Coast, New South Wales, where she spends as much time as possible with kids and horses or at her laptop, dreaming up a new book.
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Comments about Under the Flame Tree:
If you're looking for an Australian romance, here it is! What a amazing book this is, it is truly one of my favorite romance books i have ever read! it's full of romance and drama, this will not disappoint, you'll never want to put it down .The characters are so engaging, it's so well written and you'll feel like you're right there.
Audience: Teenager / Young Adult
For Ages: 13 - 16 years old
Number Of Pages: 304
Published: 26th August 2015
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 19.8 x 12.8