Sunday, September 20, 2015

Review Coming!

The Saddler Boys 
From bestselling author Fiona Palmer, hailed as Australia’s queen of rural romance, comes
The Saddler Boys, a heart-soaring new romance between a city schoolteacher and an outback single dad, all set in a tiny town in rural Western Australia. In The Saddler Boys, city girl schoolteacher Natalie craves her own space, and her own classroom, before settling down into the life she is expected to lead with her fiancWhen Nat takes up a posting at a tiny school in remote Western Australia, it proves quite the culture shock, but she is soon welcomed by the inquisitive locals, particularly young student Billy and his intriguing father, Drew Saddler, a single dad with a complicated past. As Nat's school comes under threat of closure, and Billy's estranged mother turns up out of the blue, Nat finds herself fighting for the township and battling with her heart. Torn between her life in Perth and the new community that needs her, Nat must risk losing it all to find out what she's really made of and where she truly belongs.

Fiona does not disappoint in her seventh novel in seven years. In The Saddler Boys she brings us what we have grown to love and expect in her stories strong women, colourful country characters, a sense of home, the Australian landscape and a sprinkling of good old romance.

'Fiona Palmer just keeps getting better.'
'Palmer's passion for the land bleeds into the story, and her scenes are vivid and genuine, just as her characters are.’

Fiona Palmer
Fiona Palmer lives in the tiny rural town of Pingaring in Western Australia, three and a half hours south-east of Perth. She discovered Danielle Steel at the age of eleven, and has now written her own brand of rural romance. She has attended romance writers' groups and received an Australian Society of Authors mentorship for her first novel, The Family Farm. She has extensive farming experience, does the local mail run on occasion, and was a speedway-racing driver for seven years. She spends her days writing, working as a farm hand, helping out in the community and looking after her two children. 

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