Novelette set in a fictional Australian national park

Lyndsay Richards is an experienced Park Ranger so, why is she missing in a National Park she knows as well as the back of her hand?

Rick Masters is a Detective, a man who had a huge crush on Lyndsay in high school. A poster showing she is missing brings secret memories flooding back. He is determined to find her.

Does Rick still have feelings for Lyndsay? Will this be his chance to capture the girl of his dreams?

No 1 Best Seller

on Amazon US

May 2019

Set in Sydney, Australia

Caitlin was used to living in abandoned buildings, or derelict houses.

She didn't expect much out of life.

All she wanted was a better life for her brother, and eight letters.

Sam was a successful architect on his way to the top of the industry.

The last thing he needed was a relationship with a woman in charge of her little brother.

And, what the hell were the eight letters all about?

 

After a decade of travel and living out of a suitcase, Emmalynne Peters is fed up with the world of modelling.

Her heart calls her in another direction and she finds herself in the town of Longreach, Queensland. A land baked dry under relentless summer suns, washed away in raging floods, and burned to a crisp by savage fires.

Where men were bred tough, had work roughened hands and big hearts - men like Nick Johnson.

So she packed her bags for the last time and walked away - straight into the Australian outback, a place where she’d always thought she belonged.

Has Emmalynne not only found the land she’d been pining for, but also the love of her life?

Come and discover the rugged outback and the people who give it beauty and life. 

Released as Longreach Love but due to searchability issues, title needed to be changed.

At 38 years old, Jarrod Turner has everything - literally.


A successful chain of hotels in five countries.


Private 727 jet.


Fleet of cars - Rolls Royce, Bentley and Mercedes Sports.


A Harley Davidson Softail.


And, a cruising yacht berthed at the bottom of the garden of his waterfront home.


Yep, he had everything.


So, what was it which brought back bitter memories, year after year and prevented him from moving on with his life?


Would he ever learn to live in the present instead of the past?

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