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Release day: Secrets at Wongan Creek

12 August 2017

Today is the official release of Secrets at Wongan Creek by Juanita Kees (ebook, Escape Publishing). Here’s the blurb:

Still waters run deep in Wongan Creek…

When spray drift ruins his crop and throws his ability to hold on to the family farm in question, Harley Baker wants to confront his neighbour and shout his rage and worry to the sky. But arguments are tricky when the woman whose herbicides killed his crop is also the woman he’s loved his whole life.

Tameka Chalmers knows that her father’s farming methods are out-dated, inefficient, and even dangerous, so when Harley charges her with the loss of his livelihood, she can only accept the blame. There’s so much she would like to do differently, but her father’s rule is absolute and if she wants to keep working the farm she loves, she must do as she’s told.

But the simple action of speaking with Harley, the man she wants but can never have, starts an unexpected chain reaction of events that throw everything she’s ever known into question: her past, her family, her life. Dark secrets come to light and when Tameka is injured in a house fire, she and Harley have one small chance to seize a lifetime of happiness, if only they are able to rise from the ashes and claim it.

Juanita dropped by today to tell us a little about this book:

Tameka Chalmers had a story to tell early on in this book, but it wasn’t until halfway through writing it that she revealed to me what it was. And, oh boy, did she set me a challenge to tell it. This is a story of how chance meetings, actions and reactions can shape your life and the lives of others. But more than anything, this is a story for so many out there who will never truly be able to answer the question everyone will ask—why did you stay?

You can find out more about this book at Juanita’s website or buy it from Amazon.

One Comment
  1. Lynette williams permalink
    12 August 2017 10:06 am

    Congratulations on the release I have this book on pre order Lyn

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