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Meet Juanita Kees


I’m talking a day in the office and A Bindarra Creek Romance on Wordmothers today. Can you tell I’m excited about the upcoming release of Home to Bindarra Creek?

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Interview with writer Juanita Kees by Nicole Melanson - photo by Katrina Wall

Juanita Kees graduated from the Australian College QED, Bondi, with a diploma in Proofreading, Editing and Publishing, and achieved her dream of becoming a published author in 2012 with the release of her debut romantic suspense, Fly Away Peta, from Eternal Press.

Under the Hood (Book 1 in the Tag Raiders series) followed in 2013 as one of the first releases from Harlequin’s digital pioneer, Escape Publishing.

In 2014 Juanita was nominated for the Lynne Wilding Award (Romance Writers of Australia), and was a finalist in the Romance Writers of Australia Romantic Book of the Year and the Australian Romance Readers Awards.

She escapes the real world to write stories starring spirited heroines who give the hero a run for his money before giving in.

Juanita’s website

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Twitter: @juanitakees

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Hump Day Hunk with Juanita Kees


Alice Pritchard, heroine from Home to Bindarra Creek talks about her hero, Hump Day Hunk Dan Molyneaux. Would love for you to pop over and say hi.

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Hump Day Hunk with Juanita Kees

Hi, Alice here. I’ve lived in Bindarra Creek forever. It used to be a small, quiet town…until the arrival of Dan Molyneaux.

My life turned upside down the day he crashed near that damn tree, throwing me right out of my comfort zone and breaking down the walls I’d built around me. He roared into town in his high-powered V8—all citified—an investment broker who thought he could reopen the Riverside Pub and rip the band aid off my past.

When I saw him on the side of the road—all tall, dark-haired, a feel-worthy arse and eyes the colour of rich hazelnut chocolate (imagine a combination of Hugh Jackman and Eric Bana)—I wanted to shoot him for being so damn nice and reawakening my heart.

Hugh

I was hoping some of our crazy locals would scare him off, like Old Man Jake and my grandad Charlie…

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