Outback Dreams by Rachael Johns

Outback Dreams

By Rachael Johns

  • Release Date: 2013-10-01
  • Genre: Contemporary
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Description

Faith and Monty are both looking for love...but are they looking in the wrong direction?

Faith Forrester is at a crossroads. Single, thirty and living on a farm in a small Western Australian town, she's sick of being treated like a kitchen slave by her brother and father. Ten years ago, her mother died of breast cancer, and Faith has been treading water ever since. She wants to prove to herself that she's done something worthwhile with her life. And she wants to find a man...

For as long as he can remember, Daniel 'Monty' Montgomery has been Faith's best friend. When he was ten, his parents sold the family property and moved to Perth and ever since, Monty's dreamed of having his own farm. So for the last ten years, he's been back on the land, working odd jobs and saving every dollar to put toward his dream. Now he finally has the deposit. But there's still something missing...

So when Faith embarks on a mission to raise money for a charity close to her heart, and Monty's dream property comes on the market, things seem like they are falling into place for them both. Until a drunken night out ends with them sleeping together. Suddenly, the best friends are faced with a new load of challenges...

Monty and Faith are both ready to find a life partner and settle down, but they didn't expect love to be so close by.

Praise for OUTBACK DREAMS

Outback Dreams is a lovely romance novel that you can see happening in real life, and has quite often... A great book for the coming summer holidays.’— The Chronicle

Outback Dreams is a fresh take on the friends to lovers story.’ — All The Books I Can Read

‘An engaging and charming story of romance, family and community, Outback Dreams is a lovely read and sure to be another winner with her fans.’— Book’d Out

‘...a real page turner and hard to put down.’— Sally From Oz

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