Populated by those unwanted by "proper" society - and by those willing to pursue love around the world - Australia began to flourish in the early 1800s. Now, lifelong Australian Mary Hawkins brings these brave Aussie characters to life: The convict and the lady: Bound for home in Australia on a convict ship Elizabeth Waverly meets John Martin. There's something special about the man that doesn't match his present state as a prisoner - but will he be only a bittersweet memory when Elizabeth and John part ways Down Under? The lawyer and the aristocrat: Kate Farnley's cousin is scheming to take her family's English estate and let another man die a prisoner in his place. Adam Stevens has traveled from Australia to prove his friend's innocence. Can Kate help Adam without losing all she holds dear? The reverend and his bride of convenience: William Garrett has known Beth since she was a child, but he has made it clear that their marriage will not include love. Still, she would follow him anywhere - including the wilderness of Australia. Can her dreams for a miracle of love survive? The rancher and the gold miner: Patricia Casey seeks her brother in the Australian gold fields. When she accidentally injures Tim Hardy, she must flee from unjust accusations and the threat of prison. Will Patricia ever find the peace and love she desires? Can these four couples discover a deepening faith and a lasting love while tackling the challenges of life in the Australian outback? Will they find that no land is too wild for God?
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Book Description Barbour Publishing, Incorporated, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1586609688
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