Finding love and hope in small country towns with dark secrets …
Australian Rural Suspense Fiction
Secrets abound in the small Western Australian farming community of Wongan Creek. Old secrets resurface and new ones come to town, drawing the community together as gold fever threatens to tear their town apart.
Rural romance at its dusty best ~ Bree (Goodreads)
Three young boys, caught up in a gang crime, bring together families and lovers in a fight for freedom in Under the Law. The girl who wants to save them, a detective fighting to stamp out gang-related crime, and the link to a crime boss’ widow they weren’t expecting.
Juanita does away with stereotypes and gives you a raw novel that entertains as well as informs ~ Booknut (Goodreads)
Australian Rural Fiction – A Bindarra Creek Romance
Set in the tablelands of New England, Australia, the fictional Bindarra Creek is a drought stricken community full of intrigue, adventure, drama and honest country goodness. Life and love in a small country town has never been more challenging.
Filled with emotion and fragility, the characters are beautifully crafted to edge their way into your heart ~ Brenda (Goodreads)
Small Town USA Romance Fiction
Ex Nascar race king, Marty Calhoun, has built a legacy for his family, and now it’s time to round them up and bring them home to claim it. Each of his five children have hearts in need of overhauling. They all have hard lessons to learn. The one thing Marty wants most is to see his children find happiness and love at Calhoun Customs Garage.
Steers full throttle through life, love and redemption to find a home within your heart ~ Isha (Goodreads)
Australian Fantasy Paranormal Fiction
The quiet suburb of Oakleigh may never be the same again. Not as long as the gods are in town… From the shores of Mykonos to Melbourne Australia, The Gods of Oakleigh find that sometimes in life or death true love is worth fighting for.
I thoroughly enjoyed the combination of paranormal with “everyday” life and congratulate the author on getting it just right ~ Brenda (Goodreads)