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Book Review: The Baby Doctor by Fiona McArthur

Obstetrics, a medical mystery and an outback romance- The Baby Doctor is a great addition and fresh spin on the rural romance genre.

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Book Review: The Paris Wedding by Charlotte Nash

The Paris Wedding was a fresh spin on the rural genre. Where the protagonist is usually falling in love with the countryside and leading a quieter life, Rachael on the other hand, was finding her place outside the rural lifestyle in the midst of all the city chaos.

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Aussie Book Review: The Horseman by Charlotte Nash

The Horseman by Charlotte Nash Paperback Review copy provided by publisher Hachette, July 2016 Synopsis- Craig Munroe is the kind of man legends are written about. Escape to the high country in this passionate love story of a young doctor and a legendary horseman whose lives become inextricably linked, by the bestselling author of RYDERS… Continue reading Aussie Book Review: The Horseman by Charlotte Nash

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Book Review: Second Chance Town by Karly Lane

Second Chance Town by Karly Lane Paperback Review copy provided by publisher Allen & Unwin, April 2016 Synopsis- The town of Bundah is dying, with many of its young people fleeing for jobs in the city. A desperate plan to revive Bundah's fortunes - with generous incentives to attract new businesses - results in a… Continue reading Book Review: Second Chance Town by Karly Lane

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Aussie Book Review: The Doctor Calling by Meredith Appleyard

The Doctor Calling by Meredith Appleyard Paperback Review copy provided by publisher Penguin Random House, February 2016 Synopsis- What Laura was about to do wasn't easy. To become embroiled in a family's grief, their anger, their secrets, wasn't safe, or clever. Rebuilding her life again after unexpected tragedy, GP Laura O'Connor flees Adelaide, and her… Continue reading Aussie Book Review: The Doctor Calling by Meredith Appleyard

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Aussie Book Review: The Saddler Boys by Fiona Palmer

The Saddler Boys by Fiona Palmer Paperback Review copy provided by publisher Penguin Random House, September 2015 Synopsis- Schoolteacher Natalie has always been a city girl. She has a handsome boyfriend and a family who give her only the best. But she craves her own space, and her own classroom, before settling down into the… Continue reading Aussie Book Review: The Saddler Boys by Fiona Palmer

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Aussie Book Review: Close to Home by Pamela Cook

Close to Home by Pamela Cook Paperback Review copy provided by publisher Hachette, July 2015 Synopsis- A captivating story that shows the only thing harder than letting go is moving on. Orphaned at thirteen, Charlie Anderson has been on her own for half her life. Not that she minds - she has her work as… Continue reading Aussie Book Review: Close to Home by Pamela Cook

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Aussie Book Review: The Country Practice by Meredith Appleyard

  The Country Practice by Meredith Appleyard Paperback Review copy provided by publisher Penguin Random House, February 2015  Synopsis- After working in a London hospital emergency room, a month as a GP in rural South Australia can't be that hard – or can it? Meghan Kimble is taking control of her life. Newly single, she's… Continue reading Aussie Book Review: The Country Practice by Meredith Appleyard

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Aussie Book Review: Charlotte’s Creek by Therese Creed

 Charlotte's Creek by Therese Creed Paperback Review copy provided by publisher Allen & Unwin, April 2014  Synopsis- After a couple of years working in a privileged private school, Lucy Francis yearns for adventure. So when she hears about a job teaching four children on a massive cattle property in North Queensland, she decides to throw… Continue reading Aussie Book Review: Charlotte’s Creek by Therese Creed