Release day: Outback Fever
Today is the official release of Outback Fever by Suzanne Brandyn (ebook, Sunburnt Enterprises). Here’s the blurb:
When Cassandra Kinkaid returns home for her grandfather’s funeral with her two year old son, she inherits a sheep property, Willow Creek Station.
An ongoing feud has existed between the Kinkaids and the Thorntons for generations, unknown to Cassandra until a few weeks ago. Now, someone isn’t happy and wants her out.
Cassandra’s mother Beth holds a welcoming home party for Jake Thornton, hoping to end the feud for good. How can they end a feud when the air sizzles like the Capulets and Montagues, although Beth states there was never a Romeo and Juliet involved? Little does she realise Romeo and Juliet did exist, but they are far from star-crossed lovers.
How can Cassandra forgive Jake for breaking her heart, and how can she give up on her Grandfather’s wishes? He’d turn over in his grave if he ever knew she was and still is in love with a Thornton. Besides, her grandfather left the property to her for a good reason and she isn’t about to give in for love, or is she?
Suzanne dropped by today to tell us a little about this book:
I recall a story my grandmother told me about the huge white home down the road, which was involved in a court battle as to who actually owned the land and property. This gave me ideas for Outback Fever. I took snippets of Nan’s words and fed it into Outback Fever. I also recall my grandmother’s circle of trees and a well, her flowers and everything on the property while writing Outback Fever. I had no idea back then that any story she told me, whether make believe or real would become elements in the novels I write today. I owe a lot to dear old Phoebe. 🙂
All ARRA members who leave a comment answering this question—Who was the hero of Outback Flames?—will go in the draw to win a Kindle ecopy of this book. The giveaway will close on 17 April 2015. (The giveaway is now closed. The winner was Lyn.)