The Road to Hope by Rachael Johns
After watching the man she's always loved marry someone else, nurse Lauren Simpson is finally ready to pack it in and leave Hope Junction. Until her resolve is tested when the hot new locum doctor arrives in town. The attraction is instant, but both Lauren and Tom have their reasons for not being all in. Everyone else can see how perfect they are together, but just what will it take for them to admit this to themselves?
Red Dust Dancer by Eva Scott
With her career as a Parisian showgirl at an end, Tamsin Cooper is finally ready to take up her inheritance: a cattle farm in Queensland. But Uncle Ted had a secret and Tamsin's sexy neighbour and new friend, Angus Walker, helped him keep it. Faced with losing her farm and her heart, Tamsin returns to what she knows best: dancing. But even with her new dance school, can she shimmy past lies and betrayal to find her place in this country town?
Winter Beginnings by Elise K. Ackers
Alice Jaye desperately needs her new job at Foster's Garage, but she's not interested in becoming close with the tight-knit staff and its all-knowing clientele. History has taught her that secrecy equals survival; her and her son's security depends on Alice carefully compartmentalising her life. But there's something special about kind, attractive, available Dean Foster. The more Alice and Dean work together, and the more their kids bond, the harder it becomes for Alice to keep her worlds from colliding.
Rachael Johns, an English teacher by trade and a mum 24/7, is the bestselling ABIA-winning author of The Patterson Girls and a number of other romance and women's fiction books including The Art of Keeping Secrets, The Greatest Gift and Lost Without You. She is currently Australia's leading writer of contemporary relationship stories around women's issues, a genre she has coined ‘life-lit'. Rachael lives in the Perth hills with her hyperactive husband, three mostly gorgeous heroes-in-training and a very badly behaved dog. She rarely sleeps and never irons.
Eva comes from a family of storytellers and has been writing her own stories since she could hold a pencil. Growing up in a multicultural neighbourhood in Melbourne, Eva developed her wanderlust and a passion for culture and language. She travelled the world, living in Britain before coming home to Australia to study Anthropology. Wanderlust got the better of her again, so Eva packed up and headed to Papua New Guinea to live and work where she was completely in her element. Eva's passion for the Australian country is born of her large extended family, which is spread out across the land. She volunteers at the local primary schools, teaching writing and working with children to incite a love of books and reading. Eva's books explore relationships, culture, our roles in changing society, love and loss. She loves finding connections with readers over shared experiences.
Elise K. Ackers is a freelance editor and award winning fiction author of contemporary romance, romantic suspense, and young adult fiction.Elise has completed undergraduate studies in Psychology and Communications, and post-graduate studies in Professional Publication and Editing. She's been writing since she could hold a crayon and telling stories all her life. She's a magnet for unusual accidents, a laser tag enthusiast, and an animal adoption advocate. Elise travels wherever she can, whenever she can.
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