Outback Sisters

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Harlequin Enterprises (Australia) Pty, Limited, Feb 22, 2016 - Australian fiction - 400 pages

Frankie and Simone are sisters and best friends. Could a new man in town drive a wedge between them for the first time ever?

Caf owner Frankie has been unlucky in love all her life. It's hard in a small town like Bunyip Bay to meet prospective partners. Her sister, Simone, lost the love of her life years before and is now devoted to raising their two teenage girls, leaving little time for romance. When Frankie is kissed by a handsome stranger who calls her Simone, it's a case of mistaken identity - but who is this man and how does he know Simone?

Logan Knight is in town to meet up with a woman he has met online. Although raised on a farm with his brother Angus, he has travelled the world as a journalist and is now looking forward to meeting a girl and settling down. The girl in the caf was an amazing kisser - but not the one he thought he was meeting!

Reclusive farmer Angus wants nothing to do with Logan's plans for improving the property's finances and finding a partner - until he meets the sisters at a wedding. Who is attracted to whom? More importantly, can Frankie and Simone sort out their feelings for the two brothers without destroying their very close bond?

A Bunyip Bay novel

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This is Rachael Johns fourth book in her rural romance series linked by the fictional community of Bunyip Bay. Readers familiar with the town will recognise Frankie Madden, the owner of a local cafe ... Read full review

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About the author (2016)

Rachael Johns is an Australian author. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Writing and English. After writing for almost ten years, she focused her work on rural romance and women's fiction and became a member of the Romance Writers of Australia. Jilted (her first rural romance) won Favourite Australia Contemporary Romance in 2012. In 2013 she was voted in Booktopia's Top Ten Favourite Aussie Authors. She won the 2015 Australian Romance Readers Awards for Favourite Short or Category Romance for her book Fire Me Up and in the Favourite Contemporary Romance category with her book The Patterson Girls. The 2016 Australian Book Industry Awards named The Patterson Girls, General fiction book of the year. Her other books include Stand-in Star, One Perfect Night, Man-Drought, The Kissing Season, Tease Me Cowboy, Outback Dreams, Outback Blaze, Outback Ghost, The Next Season, The Road to Hope, Kiss the Bride, Casey, Outback Sisters, and Talk of the Town.

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