Posted in A Bindarra Creek Romance, A Town Reborn, Australian Rural Romance

Happy Valentine’s Day from Bindarra Creek


It’s Valentine’s Day and the Bindarra Creek Country Women’s Association is flat out decorating the town hall and cooking up a storm for the annual Valentine’s Day Ball. Tonight’s the night that Jack Hughes has one last chance to win Meg Moonie’s heart. Can he do it? Like all happy endings, we certainly hope so! Presenting to you Promise Me Forever, book 8 written by yours truly and last in the Town Reborn series, for your enjoyment. Happy reading!

Promise Me Forever

News correspondent, Jack Hughes, is sent to sleepy Bindarra Creek to escape the spotlight after a scandalous fake video goes viral. He’s in the fight of his life to save his reputation. In a town only determination has kept from dying, the last thing Jack is looking for is love.

The Bindarra Creek Museum is Meg Moonie’s life. But with her granny dead, a murder suspect on the run and the police asking questions, she struggles to keep the museum and Mary Moonie’s dream alive. Jack is a handsome distraction, but Meg has been hurt by a roving reporter before. Men who couldn’t put down roots never promised forever. If only he wasn’t so easy to fall in love with…

Promise Me Forever is a standalone book in the Bindarra Creek – A Town Reborn series now available on:

Amazon AUAmazon US ~ Amazon UK ~ Apple iBooks ~ Kobo

Here’s what readers are saying:

I love how MS Kees has made me feel part of this town, I can feel the emotions of not only Meg and Jack but of the town folk that I have gotten to know, I feel their love for the town and each other. I loved seeing the chemistry between Meg and Jack grow, the sensual pull ignite and the need to be together grow stronger, the ending was just so beautiful there were so many happy tears. I loved this story it has everything in it, suspense, a bit of magic and a gorgeous romance, this is one that I highly recommend. ~ Helen Sibritt (Goodreads)

Author Juanita Kees did a fabulous job of bringing these two strong characters to heel and making them fall for each other. The storyline had plenty of twists and turns and would keep you engrossed till the end. ~ Nas Dean (Goodreads)

My favourite Juanita Kees’ story yet… I loved this. There are gorgeous scenes in the outback, depicted beautifully by the author, yet filled with the reality of travel in an unforgiving natural environment. As with all Juanita Kees’ stories, the drama is real, the characters are vibrant and human… this is an absolute page turner.  ~ Lily Malone (Goodreads)

I thoroughly enjoyed it. Kees’ writing always includes suspense and mystery, which I love. Her writing also draws me in – each and every book of hers I’ve read, I’ve loved. Keep writing Ms Kees! Highly recommended. ~ Brenda Telford (Goodreads)

Invitation to the ball

 

To celebrate the release of Promise Me Forever, I’m hosting a Facebook online virtual Valentine’s Day Ball in ‘Bindarra Creek’ from 17:00 WAST. TIMING: WA 17:00, NSW 20:00, QLD 19:00, VIC 20:00.
Come along, bring a friend or partner, dress up in your virtual vintage finest. There will be prizes!

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Head Over Heels by Sam and Jenny Bailey


Head Over Heels: A Story of Tragedy, Triumph and Romance in the Australian BushHead Over Heels: A Story of Tragedy, Triumph and Romance in the Australian Bush by Sam Bailey
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A wonderfully uplifting and inspirational story of one man’s determination to overcome his disability and work the land he loved so much. When most would have given up on life, Sam Bailey forged ahead, beat the odds, and showed “his old mate, Quadriplegia” how it’s done. Proof that determination and will power can beat anything, especially when you have the right people by your side to cheer you on. This was also an amazing story of how true love can see beyond limitations.

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Head Over Heels

At the age of 19, a young farmer, Sam Bailey, miscalculated a bend in the road, overturned his ute and became a quadriplegic. After months of struggle, he learned how to resume his life as a farmer, running a sheep and cattle property in northwest New South Wales. then he met and fell in love with Jenny Black, an ABC Rural journalist, proposed to her on air, and the rest is history. Jenny tells Sam’s story in his own laconic, wry style. By turns romantic, funny and moving, it affirms the strength of iron-willed determination and the power of love.