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Wombat Creek, Australia: The heart of the lush pastoral country in Western Victoria. Wombat Creek is the journey of two people’s longing to learn from the past and create a better future for themselves, together. Ethan Bourke owns Karingal Park sheep station, fighting personal demons, torn between a long term comfortable relationship and his instant attraction for a radical newcomer to the district. Single mother SUMMER DALTON inherits the small 100 acre farmlet, Greenbanks, and arrives in the Western District to investigate the viability of settling on her grandfather’s property. The daughter of hippy parents banished for their free-loving morals decades before, the scandal of her family’s past lingers in people’s memories. Initially prejudiced, Ethan offers to buy Summer out. Planning to stay, she rejects his bid, hoping to succeed and be accepted by the local community. Can they resolve their attraction against the odds of a jealous old flame and Ethan’s snobbish disapproving mother who throws down the ultimate vindictive challenge?
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Noelene Jenkinson lives on the Wimmera wheat plains of Australia. Above all, she loves writing rural and small town romances, and children's novels, but other interests are crocheting afghan rugs for charity, genealogy, reading fat novels, card-making, and playing the electronic keyboard. She is married with two adult daughters and five grandchildren.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M147753086X
Book Description Createspace, 2012. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 174 pages. 8.00x5.00x0.40 inches. This item is printed on demand. Seller Inventory # zk147753086X