The Outback Brides of Wirralong:Jenna
by Barbara Hannay
Can she keep a safe distance? Jenna Matthews is a city girl, no question. Despite a childhood spent in the Outback, she’s committed to her fast-paced life and the competitive world of corporate law. When her best friend asks her to be bridesmaid, Jenna finds herself in Wirralong and wildly attracted to the best man. A fling? Why not? Dangerously sexy Sam Twist runs his vast family sheep property and is as keen as Jenna to keep their relationship at fling status. Then the authorities turn up on his door step and Jenna jumps in to help despite Sam’s protests. She soon learns that after years of drought, there are others in the district who need her skills. Her dilemma? Spending too much time around Sam is perilous. He could rob a girl of her heart.
Number Of Pages: 208
Published: 8th May 2019
This is the third book in the series of The Outback Brides of Wirralong.
This is the story of Jenna and Sam. The characters will have you banging your head and thinking what are you doing? But of course, you are going to enjoy this story.
Barbara has continued the to draw us into the town of Wirralong and you will feel like you have steps off the pages and right into the town.
I enjoy that these books are quick reads and you can continue to read them all in a row.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this one and I am diving into the final book in this series.
About the Author
Barbara Hannay is a former high school English teacher who was first published in 1999. Since then she has written over forty books for Harlequin and has published eight single title novels with Penguin Australia.
With more than twelve millions copies sold worldwide, Barbara’s novels have earned her five RITA nominations from Romance Writers of America and she won a RITA award in 2007. She is also the recipient of two Romantic Book of the Year awards in Australia and one of her novels is currently being developed as a television movie by Brainpower in Canada. Barbara lives with her writer husband on a misty hillside in Far North Queensland.
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