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  • Great read

    Annie Seaton takes us back to Prickle Creek in the Australian Outback in this wonderful story filled with love. Love of a job, love of a family, love unexpected but genuine and real. On a quick trip home before leaving for England and her dream job, Isabella Romano meets Sebastian Richards. There is a definite spark between them right from the beginning but they know nothing can ever happen between them. She's leaving and he has family obligations keeping him in Prickle Creek. So the most they can ever hope for is a fun fling. Or is it?? These are great characters in an equally great story of love and determination. This is definitely a book I recommend.

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  • Contemporary Outback Romance

    His Outback Temptation by Annie Seaton Prickle Creek #4 Four phone calls are made to cousins requesting they return to Prickle Creek. Two men and two women who have found their way into the world and have successful jobs are called back to see their grandfather in hospital. The four are faced with a huge decision presented by their grandmother. They all have ties to their ancestral land BUT are those ties strong enough to draw them from their jobs and lives and then take on the responsibilities of country life on a large tract of land? Liam, Lucy and Jemima have gone home and settle in. In this book Sebastian has decided to leave his photography career in Europe to return, grudgingly, to the family nest. He arrives two years after that first call was made and believes he is ready to farm…but is he? Isabella Romano is on her way home to visit her father hoping to get him and her mother to reunite rather than live apart in Australia and Italy. She has six weeks to make her pitch before heading off to a sous chef job in England. At the airport she sees Sebastian and asks him for assistance then ends up catching a ride to the outback with him. The two spend time together in and out of town and both seem to enjoy living abroad more than living in the outback BUT will the two, who grow to care for one another, find a way to be together or part at the end of her visit? This was more of a narrative of what live in a small town in the outback is like. The couple may meet in the outback but at times they seem like fish out of water that really would rather be elsewhere. There is an opportunity to catch up with the rest of the cousins and how they are doing while Sebastian and Bella determine what their futures will hold. I had trouble relating to this couple but was happy they did finally figure out what would make them happy. Thank you to NetGalley and Entangled Publishing for the ARC – This is my honest review. 3-4 Stars

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