Jacaranda

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Penguin UK, May 23, 2012 - Fiction - 304 pages
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At nineteen, Molly Jones has the world at her feet. Then one drunken night she falls into bed with Mark, a cowboy just passing through. By the time Molly realises she's pregnant, Mark is long gone. Now, at twenty-six, Molly's life is almost perfect. She's the devoted mother of Rose, and a renowned horse trainer. She lives amid the beauty of Jacaranda Farm, surrounded by family and friends none closer than hunky stockman Heath. But she's still looking for the love of her life, and a father for Rose. When Mark stumbles back into her world, as charming as ever, Molly begins to hope for a future she'd long ago relinquished. But how will Mark react when he learns he's a father? And could the man of Molly's dreams be closer to home than she thinks? From the author of Rosalee Station, this lively and passionate love story bursts with the colour and feel of Tropical North Queensland. Praise for Rosalee Station 'Heartwarming and humorous, this epic Australian tale will have you hooked from page one.' Weekly Times 'A fun romance-drama romp.' Sunday Mail
 

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This is Mandy Magro's second novel, drawing on her experiences of life on the land in Northern Queensland, and Jacaranda is a heartwarming contemporary rural romance with just a touch of drama to keep ... Read full review

Contents

Prologue
Chapter
Chapter 3
Chapter 7
Chapter9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11
Chapter 14
Chapter 16
Chapter 21
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Mandy Magro lives on the family fruit farm in Dimbulah, Tropical North Queensland, with her husband, Drew, and her young daughter, Chloe Rose. She loves writing about the Australian outback and all the wonderful characters who live there, and her own many adventures on the land have made her the passionate country woman she is today. href='http://www.mandymagro.com/'>Visit Mandy online

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