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Publisher pitch: Penguin Random House Australia, Dec 2015

3 December 2015

PRH_AustraliaJust in time for December’s balmy nights and long lazy days, comes some wonderful summer reading from Penguin Random House. There’s a moving story about a woman in the outback who is planning to spend Christmas alone when something unexpected happens and a brilliant debut novel from the UK about having wanderlust and a memorable holiday affair.

An Outback Christmas by Louise Reynolds (Destiny Romance)

Penguin booksJust a few days before Christmas but you wouldn’t know it at Carrie Holt’s remote outback home. No tinsel. No greeting cards. No signs whatsoever of the festive season. For Carrie, Christmas holds nothing but sad memories, so she’s cancelled it. Then, there’s a knock on the door in the middle of a storm…

Girls Who Travel by Nicole Trilivas

A funny and insightful story about a young woman, wanderlust and the man she fell madly, deeply in love with while travelling. Just returned from a year-long backpacking, Kika can’t bear the 9-5 routine, the crowds, the stultifying boredom of being in an office. So she’s thrilled when she gets offered a nannying job in London. It means she get to pack her suitcase again. And brings her that much closer to a reunion with her holiday lover…

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