[E–pub/E–book] Australian Secrets author Fiona McCallum

Australian SecretsCould have done without the whole Richard experience As FOR SCOTT WHY BOTHERTHEN CAME THE ENDING SUDDEN DOESN Scott why botherThen came the ending Sudden doesn uite cover it like having a door slammed in the face No actually like having a door slammed on the face It was so abrupt I think it broke my nose I don t care if I knew exactly where it was headed I "put up with everything that came before in the hope of a fairly decent pay off I didn t et "up with everything that came before in the hope of a fairly decent pay off I didn t Prisoner of Midnight get at all Which considering that the romance itself was pretty feeble in the first place is a massive letdown That s why this book has only one starI ve read a lot ofreat MB books set in the Australian bush over the years Emma Darcy has written some particular BOSH!: The Cookbook: Simple Recipes. Amazing Food. All Plants. gems and I expected of the same here I didn tet it The story is longer than usual but definitely didn t make ood use of the extra space I m disappointedI received a free copy in exchange for an honest review. E who’s keen to entertain her The deeper Nicola digs for a story the time she spends with rugged Alex and she realises coming here wasn’t a "mistake In fact Alex may just unlock the mystery of her past And hold the key to her future happinessOriginally published "In fact Alex may just unlock the mystery of her past And hold the key to her future happinessOriginally published Nowhere Els. Hat is far from what I otIn truth this is probably "a two star book that occasionally touches on three The beginning "two star book that occasionally touches on three The beginning slow full of info dumps and meanders for a while before Nicola finally reaches Nowhere Else Sadly from there on things didn t improve This story is too long it has a nasty habit of broadcasting clues so that everything is completely predictable Mediterranean colouring you say Finishing school in Italy well fancy that and plot twists that are visible for a mile off I m not normally bothered by such things but so many of the subplots in this book limped into dull dead ends that it just made everything feel a little tediousIt s not all terrible There are sections that are potentially interesting and well written Nicola s first ventures into Nowhere Else are Mr. Jelly's Business good and the stuff with the drought is realistically awful it s just that none of it went anywhere Oss sends her on an extended research trip she’s happy toet away for some country style relaxation When Nicola arrives in the little town of Nowhere Else nothing is as she expected there’s no spa and all the locals are tight lipped except the handsome Stranger From The Plan. the plan. Really enjoyed this book Although English I lived in Australia for 3 years and enjoy stories set in Australia This is the story of Nicola a talented tv media journalist and how her life changes dramatically after being sent to the outback to cover a story about the drought leaving in Adelaide her partner of 8 "years ScottFor me this was a reat story of hope and family I really liked Nicola and all her "ScottFor me this was a reat story of hope and family I really liked Nicola and all her and admired her strength in face of considerable adversity It s an easy read I read it in 2 sittings perfect holiday reading I ll

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look out Fiona McCallum books It s never a ood sign when my reaction on finishing a book is Are you kidding me That s the end Are you kidding me Actually I was a lot less polite and there may have been swearing involved because I felt cheated After putting up with the rest of this book I deserved a decent ending but Some secrets need to be told Current affairs reporter Nicola Harvey has everything – she’s part of Australian television’s A list has a wealthy successful fiancé and a classy apartment in Adelaide But appearances are deceiving and Nicola’s sensing a problem So when her

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