As a prolonged drought takes its toll on their lives, Bec and her husband must battle the bank's attempts to foreclose on their beloved Coolibah Creek in a suspenseful and action-packed new novel from a fresh and authentic voice in rural romance.
Bec Roberts and her husband Andy adore each other. They're also passionate about their beloved station, Coolibah Creek, but are despairing as a relentless drought ravages their property.
Bec is worried, too, about her best friend and neighbour, Maggie O'Donnell. Married to a difficult, hard-drinking man who's away for long periods, Maggie finds herself increasingly drawn to a stockman who works for the family.
When tragedy strikes, Bec is pushed to the very limits of her endurance. How will her family and Coolibah endure the challenges they're facing?
Suspenseful and action-packed, Coolibah Creek is about a woman who has to muster all the strength and determination she has in the face of adversity. It is also about the power of love.
Kelsey Neilson is the deputy mayor of the remote western Queensland Shire of Boulia, where she lives on a huge cattle station and is a prominent figure in the local rodeo club. Kelsey is outspoken when it comes to fair and equal rights for everyone, especially women and indigenous people, and has been described as 'a caring, devoted mother, wife and community leader and proof that anything is achievable if you want it enough'.
Allen & Unwin
Paperback - B format
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