Monday, August 27, 2018

Review Return to Emira

I woke up this morning to one word, EXCEPTIONAL, from a top reviewer on Amazon Australia. It has made my day and it's Monday. lol :)

TOP 500 REVIEWER
26 August 2018
Format: Kindle Edition

Amber and Wade, lost lovers, country neighbors. 














Can this couple reconcile, or has enough damage been done to keep them apart forever?
https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B07FSGCB39/ref=sr_1_1…

Suzanne :) x

Sunday, August 12, 2018

It ain't Over

THE DROUGHT



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Return to Emira-Best Seller

I'm so pleased to share that Return to Emira has received a best sellers badge. Thank you valuable readers. Your support is overwhelming.


I'm busy working on my next manuscript. Loving the journey.

Suzanne x :)

Monday, July 23, 2018

Release Date: Return to Emira

I'm pleased to announce the Release Date for Return to Emira

Wednesday July 25th Au. Rural Romantic Suspense. Woo Hoo!   

I enjoyed writing this novel as I do all novels and I hope you enjoy the read.    


                                                                                                                              
Blurb:
After the death of Amber’s fiancĂ©, Brad, she moves from the small town of Emira to Wood Creek, to her father's cattle property on the northern tablelands of New South Wales. Two years later he passes away and she inherits the property.

With two children to provide for, she injects everything she has into Wood Creek but the drought has a way of pushing a person backwards when they least expect.

Wade Saunders, a man she once loved turns up on her doorstep and her first instinct is to slap him on the face. He disappeared from her life twelve years ago and she thinks he's responsible for Brad's death. When her property is broken into and when cattle go missing, there is much more at stake than material possessions.

Wade's had his share of problems but he needs to explain what happened the night of Brad's death, and the reason why he left the area. When the drought breaks they are forced together which unearths a shattering truth.

Can this couple reconcile, or has enough damage been done to keep them apart forever?