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    Outback Romance

    Being lost is not easy whether you are a six or nearly 26. This story deals with finding one’s way home and was intense, heartwarming and delightful. I felt as if I were in the outback and made friends with the Coorah Creek community. GREAT story! Tia Walsh hopes Coorah Creek will be a place she can hide and perhaps finally call home. She has been on the run for a decade. Sgt. Max Delaney. Police chief, is a strong, good, kind and giving man who is immediately attracted to Tia when he sees her. Sarah Travers has returned home after graduating from college to help out at the family store. She had a childhood crush on truck driver Pete Rankin and when they see one another again there is definitely chemistry. Throw into the mix a city family who loses a child in the outback, a community that comes together to find her, an aboriginal man who is a super-tracker in tune with the earth and skies, a bad guy out to cause trouble, lies that are told, trust that needs to be given, a community that pulls together and you have the makings of a marvelous book. I want to thank NetGalley and ChocLit for the free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. This is a standalone story but I would really like to read the three previous books in the series if/when I can.
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    great

    well thouroghy injoyed it,partically the the story line, how simple it was throuh out i like strong charactors with great story lines thanks
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    Little Girl Lost

    What a way to finish the Coorah Creek series this was very moving I can easily see how that could happen to a child loves all 4 books they were all different but all exciting
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    Two romances for one.

    Two women arrive at Coorah Creek, a small isolated town in the outback of Australia. Tia is a woman attempting to escape her past. Sarah is a woman who has to face family troubles of the present. As they try to settle into their new jobs within the community and face their problems, new friendships are made as love finds them in the form of two men, Max and Pete. Then a little girl goes missing.. This is book 4 of the Coorah Creek series. It is a contemporary romance, which can be read on its own or out of order from the others. Gover gives us two romances for the price of one, yet neither story is watered down. Each romance is gently built and believable. When both couples find themselves working together to find a young girl who has gone missing, the two stories effortlessly come together. Little Girl Lost is a lovely, clean romance, which brings the dry heat of the Australian outback into your living room and keeps you turning the pages with concern that Tia’s past is going to come back to haunt her. This is a romance with a little mystery and thriller mixed in, but at its heart is the community of Coorah Creek, which Gover describes so well that you feel you too could visit the local watering hole, order a burger and chat to them all as if they were your friends too. Well worth a read. I received a free ARC from NetGalley for an honest review.
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