Q&A :: Maya Linnell :: BOTTLEBRUSH CREEK

Maya Linnell is one of my favourite Aussie rural romance authors, so I was absolutely delighted when she agreed to answer a few questions for me about her books and writing! Maya’s latest book Bottlebrush Creek tells the story of Angie McIntyre as she attempts to renovate a country home of her dreams, with the […]

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Q&A :: LÉONIE KELSALL :: The Farm at Peppertree Crossing

Yesterday I posted my review of Léonie Kelsall’s rural romance novel The Farm at Peppertree Crossing, and today I have a little Q&A that Léonie kindly did with me. I hope you enjoy hearing more about The Farm at Peppertree Crossing!*** The property that is the setting of most of The Farm at Peppertree Crossing […]

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Review :: The Farm at Peppertree Crossing :: Léonie Kelsall

After a fractured childhood spent in foster homes, city-girl Roni has convinced herself that she has no need of anyone – other than her not-as-tough-as-he-looks rescued street cat, Scritches, and her unborn baby, who she’s determined will feel all the love she’s been denied. Despite facing a bleak future, Roni distrusts the news of a […]

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Review :: Bottlebrush Creek :: Maya Linnell

I loved Maya Linnell’s debut novel Wildflower Ridge, so I was super excited to get my hands (and eyes) on her next one Bottlebrush Creek, which picks up the story of Angie McIntyre – sister to Wildflower Ridge‘s Penny. Having a copy in my hands (a bit early, thanks to the lovely team at Allen […]

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Can’t Wait Wednesday :: Bottlebrush Creek :: Maya Linnell

Today I’m joining in with a blog meme called “Can’t Wait Wednesday” which is hosted by Tressa at Wishful Endings. As the title suggests, this is a chance for everyone to talk about those books that we just can’t wait to get our hands on. This week I’m featuring Bottlebrush Creek an upcoming rural romance […]

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Review :: Wildflower Ridge : Maya Linnell

We all know I love a good cosy romance at Christmas time, and this year I’ve kept the love going outside of the festive season. My favourite romance subgenre – outside of the Christmassy stories – would have to be Aussie rural romance, so of course I was keen to get my hands on Maya […]

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