Wongan Creek, Book #0

Country Whispers/Riverboat Point/Whispers At Wongan Creek/The Lies We Tell

by Elizabeth Dunk Juanita Kees Tricia Stringer

On Sale: 01/05/2018

Format:

Paperback

About the Book

Riverboat PointTricia Stringer

Savannah Smith's been hurt by life. A car accident claimed her parents' lives and left her with permanent injuries. She's not close to her little brother Jax either. When Jax moves to a small town, Riverboat Point on the Murray River, and asks her to come too, she won't leave the city. But when Jax disappears, she's forced to take over his houseboat business. Savannah keeps all the neighbours at arm's length, including the tall dark and mysterious guy next door, Ethan Daly. Will Jax ever return, or has he met with foul play? Who is interfering with the houseboats? Will Savannah find out the truth about Jax and Ethan's deal...and can she ever trust Ethan?

Whispers At Wongan CreekJuanita Kees

Travis Bailey sometimes feels like he holds the community of Wongan Creek together with his bare hands. Between his farm, his orphaned niece and his elderly neighbour, he doesn't have time to fall in love. Social worker Heather Penney is living on borrowed time. Her mother died of motor neurone disease, and nothing for Heather is guaranteed. Wongan Creek, and Travis, might be getting under her skin, but she can't afford to get attached. But as old secrets resurface, Travis and Heather find themselves fighting to save the farms and the futures of Wongan Creek's residents – and possibly their own lives.

The Lies We TellElizabeth Dunk

Ten years ago, Todd Lansing stood by his father's grave and his heart thudded with hatred of Sia Collins, the girl responsible for his father's death. Now seeing Sia makes his heart thud with a different emotion and he doesn't like that. But Sia took the blame for the crime to save her father from going to jail. When Todd discovers the truth, hate dies and passion reigns. Except this revelation causes secret after secret to unravel until the only way he and Sia can survive is to cling to each other.

Product Details

  • ISBN: 9781489260888
  • ISBN 10: 1489260889
  • Imprint: Mira - AU
  • On Sale: 01/05/2018
  • Pages: 832
  • List Price: 29.99 AUD
  • BISAC1: Fiction & related items / Adult & contemporary romance

Biography

Elizabeth Dunk is the contemporary romance writing alter-ego of Nicole Murphy, who cut her teeth writing science fiction and fantasy. A long-time romance fan, Nicole couldn't resist attempting to sit fair and square in the modern world and bring two fabulous characters together and thus Elizabeth was born. As Nicole, she has dozens of short stories in print and published an urban fantasy trilogy, The Dream of Asarlai. As Elizabeth, she's published a couple of short stories. This is the first novel-length work under her new name and there are plans for many more.


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Born in Port Elizabeth, South Africa and now proudly Australian, Juanita is a freelance editor and proofreader. She escapes the real world by reading and writing romantic fiction. The year 2012 was a turning point in her writing career, with her debut novel Fly Away Peta released in August. Her short story Rough Diamond also made the finals in the Romance Writers of Australia Little Gems competition and was published in their Diamond Anthology. Juanita is a keen volunteer and member at the Romance Writers of Australia. When she's not writing, editing or proofreading, Juanita is the cleaning fairy and mother to three boys (hubby included, his toys are just a little more expensive). Her not-so-miniature dachshund, Sam, is her critique partner and keeps her company while writing.


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After Tricia Stringer's fortieth birthday party she still had two things left on her 'to do before forty' list - write a children's novel and parachute from a plane. She gave up on the parachuting idea but not the writing and has since published three books for children and three for adults. She gave up on the parachuting idea but not the writing and has since published several books for children. Her latest book, Right as Rain, is her fifth rural romance. Queen of the Road was her first book with Harlequin and she is very excited that it went on to win the RWA Romantic Book of the Year for 2013 as well as be one of the 50 Books You Can't Put Down in the 2013 Get Reading campaign. A country girl through-and-through, Tricia grew up on a farm on South Australia's, Eyre Peninsula. With a brief stint in the city for secondary education and teacher training she has always lived in rural communities and is currently not too far from the beach in the Copper Coast region of South Australia. Here she shares a rambling old farmhouse with her husband and assorted animals - only some of which are pets! Some people would think that being an IT coordinator, teacher, librarian, wife, mother and grandmother would be enough to fill your days - yet somehow Tricia still finds the time to write. Inspired to create local history stories for the children she taught, Tricia honed her writing skills via courses, classes and lots of practice. While awaiting the publication of those early children's books she began dabbling with an adult short story for a writing competition with a rural theme. The short story became a full length novel and went on to become the first of her rural romances. Tricia likes to create convincing characters in realistic situations. Her novels always have a rural setting and explore themes particular to Australian country life, which of course include romance - where would we be without a little romance in our lives! She is currently working on her next rural romance. As for parachuting - she's done that too. There's something special about jumping out of a plane high over Queenstown, New Zealand. What a view!


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