Reviews

Review: Anthea Hodgson’s ‘The Cowgirl’

March 19, 2018 // 0 Comments

  The Cowgirl Anthea Hodgson Teddy Broderick has lived on her farm almost all her life, committed to the rhythms of the country – seeding, harvest, shearing and the twice daily milking of the cow her grandmother has looked after for years, but she dreams of another life, in the wide [...]

Review: Jenn J McLeod’s ‘A Place To Remember’

March 19, 2018 // 0 Comments

  Review A Place To Remember Jenn J McLeod A man loses five years of his life. Two women are desperate for him to remember. Running away for the second time in her life, twenty-seven-year old Ava believes the cook’s job at a country B&B is perfect, until she meets the owner’s son, John [...]

REVIEW: Tess Woods’ ‘Beautiful Messy Love’

July 20, 2017 // 1 Comment

  Beautiful Messy Love Tess Woods What happens when love and loyalty collide? When football star Nick Harding hobbles into the Black Salt Cafe the morning after the night before, he is served by Anna, a waitress with haunted-looking eyes and no interest in footballers, famous or otherwise. [...]

REVIEW: Claire Corbett’s ‘Watch Over Me’

June 20, 2017 // 1 Comment

  Watch Over Me Claire Corbett Watching goes both ways… They watch for control, for survival, for pleasure. We watch for survival, for fear, for love. A contemporary thriller of rebellion and surrender, love and war. The pressure of my blood, the beat of my heart, is a message to you. [...]

REVIEW: Anna Daniels ‘Girl In Between’

June 20, 2017 // 0 Comments

  Girl in Between Anna Daniels Life can be tricky when you’re a girl in between relationships, careers and cities … and sometimes you have to face some uncomfortable truths. The sparkling debut from comic TV and radio presenter, Anna Daniels. Lucy Crighton has just moved in with [...]

REVIEW: Sasha Wasley’s ‘Dear Banjo’

June 20, 2017 // 1 Comment

  Dear Banjo Sasha Wasley They were best friends who were never meant to fall in love – but for one of them, it was already way too late. Willow ‘Banjo’ Paterson and Tom Forrest were raised on neighboring cattle stations in the heart of the Kimberley. As young adults, sharing the same [...]

REVIEW: Sarah Mayberry’s ‘Tanner’

June 7, 2017 // 0 Comments

  Tanner (American Extreme Bull Riders Tour) Sarah Mayberry He’s used to risking it all in the ring, but nothing prepared him for love… After flying half-way around the world to surprise her boyfriend, Evie Forrester finds herself heartbroken and stranded in a strange city. What could be a [...]

REVIEW: Louise Guy’s ‘Everyday Lies’

June 5, 2017 // 0 Comments

  Everyday Lies Louise Guy For Emma and Lucie, the art of lying appears all too easy . . . Emma Wilson has it all. Beauty, wealth, a loving and successful husband. But appearances can be deceptive. Bored and restless, her need for more fuels a dangerous craving; one she intends to keep hidden. [...]