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Joanie’s Dilemma by Marianne Theresa


Joanie's Dilemma (A Bindarra Creek Romance #12)Joanie’s Dilemma by Marianne Theresa
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Another lovely instalment in the Bindarra Creek Romance series. Joanie’s Dilemma is a tale of insecurity and conquering fears all while holding out for that chance at true love. The characters are challenged at every turn and Marianne Theresa makes them work hard for their happy ending. A good light read with a strong Aussie flavour.

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As far as small town gossip goes, Joanie believes she’s crossed the line. Working out how to pay back her late husband’s gambling debts didn’t include sleeping with her best friend’s cousin on the night of the funeral.

Nash Johnson isn’t the marrying kind, so when he does offer marriage after their one night together, Joanie is suspicious and wants no part in alleviating the man’s guilt. She has to move on with her life and look to the future.

But when a new woman arrives in town, she sets more than a cat among the pigeons. For Joanie, trust takes on a new meaning, but who can she depend on when she feels those close to her have let her down. Can she trust her best friend, can she trust the man who says he loves her?

The, just when she thinks the future is full of promise a tiny complication arises, and nothing prepares her for the life changing consequence she never saw coming.

Author:

ARRA 2014 Nominee; RWA RUBY Nominee; Diploma in Proofreading, Editing and Publishing; Published author since 2012; Debut Author with Harlequin's digital pioneer, Escape Publishing.

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