Her Outback Rescuer

Her Outback Rescuer

Marion Lennox / Oct 16, 2019

Her Outback Rescuer On a train through the OutbackHugo Thurston big shot billionaire and heir to the Thurston Empire prefers to keep a low profile But when traveling on the grand Ghan Railway he finds himself sharing

  • Title: Her Outback Rescuer
  • Author: Marion Lennox
  • ISBN: 9780373178506
  • Page: 406
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • On a train through the OutbackHugo Thurston, big shot billionaire and heir to the Thurston Empire, prefers to keep a low profile But when traveling on the grand Ghan Railway, he finds himself sharing a dinner table with beautiful ex ballerina Amy Cotton, who threatens to seriously derail his icy cool She may be alluring, but Hugo has no time for distractions This tripOn a train through the OutbackHugo Thurston, big shot billionaire and heir to the Thurston Empire, prefers to keep a low profile But when traveling on the grand Ghan Railway, he finds himself sharing a dinner table with beautiful ex ballerina Amy Cotton, who threatens to seriously derail his icy cool She may be alluring, but Hugo has no time for distractions This trip is about making life changing career decisionst succumbing to Amy s charms But when Amy turns up in his suite, dressed in pink satin pajamas and begging him for help, it might just be too late.

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      • Marion Lennox

        Writing romance sounds fascinating Huh I m a writer I m boring Day after day I sit behind a word processor making up people in my head Why do I do it I love it My husband, Dave, gets up in the morning, puts on a suit and heads out into the ice and cold of Ballarat s winter Sadly I live in one of the tiny parts of Australia that qualifies as cold I make myself another cup of coffee, head up to my study, choose what music I want and sit and daydream And I get paid for doing it Hooray My first attempt at writing romance, Dare To Love Again , a Medical Romance, was published by Harlequin Mills and Boon in 1990 It still stands today as a monument to my family s ability to survive on cheese sandwiches and spaghetti.Since then I ve written over 80 Romances for Harlequin Mills and Boon, with on the drawing board I used a pseudonym Trisha David for the first few Romances but suffered with a split personality and have since reverted to being Marion Lennox all the time In between romances, I ve co authored a non fiction history, I love local history done the odd very odd spot of housework and done a heap of travelling research I come from a farming community You can probably tell this from my books There s not a skyscraper in sight I m very much a pets person Chloe and Harry were my constant canine companions for many years as I wrote, demanding walks and air freshener at frequent intervals Sadly I lost them, and for a while I vowed not to get another My heart was broken and my study smelled so clean But The cat and I missed them so badly we weakened and bought Mitzi Mitzi s a black and silver mini schnauzer who makes me and the cat laugh Expect to find her in future stories.If you re interested in formalities, I hold a Bachelor of Commerce degree and a teaching diploma I have a couple of kids and a huge extended family who look on me with affectionate tolerance Marion The crazy one who talks to people in her head I ve had nine nominations for the Rita, winning twice, and fourteen for the Australian Book of the Year After years of thinking of my writing as a hobby I guess I finally now qualify as a real writer.Thank your for taking the trouble to check out my web page Now try my books We might even end up having fun together And write to me I show my family See Real people do like the things that go in in my head.


    258 Comments

    1. Very good book. I really liked both Amy and Hugo. Amy and her sister are on a cross-country train trip. Rachel is recovering from a devastating tragedy and Amy has given up her career as a ballerina to be with her. She has no intention of getting involved with Hugo, but has to appeal to him for help in the middle of the night. This also puts her under the influence of Hugo's grandmother who is a force to be reckoned with. She wants to be able to continue on their trip as planned but grandmother [...]


    2. The setting of this book is just gorgeous! Maybe it's because I have always wanted to see the Uluru. The author had the amazing chance to be on the Ghan and travelled from Darwin to Broome on cruise, so she's incorporated these amazing sights and details in this story.The hero and heroine were extremely likeable, even the grandmother and sister were great secondary characters! Heck even the dog was a great addition to the cast.The hike to the Olgas was one of my favourite scenes, as well as slee [...]


    3. Marion Lennox keeps being one of my more reliable Harlequin reads. This particular 150 page category (I wish they were longer) had the great background setting of a train journey through Australia and then stopping near Uluru and exploring the region.Another thing I hadn't read in the few reviews I had previously read is that the heroine and her sister have Aborigine ancestors (their grandmother was one of the stolen generations) and this was sensitively explored.The meet-cute was a lovely littl [...]


    4. Most Harlequin Romances I read for filler. To forget my current circumstances, so I'll grab an armload and set about forgetting. Usually, I'm not such a fan. They are pretty flimsy pieces of fluff, not really meant for deeper thought or emotion. Just a story.This one, however, did go a bit deeper. While it seemed to add in something for shock value (the events that happened to the lead's sister), it sets itself apart from most Harlequins with its depth. This is one I would actually recommend.The [...]


    5. This was a good book. I really liked the characters and the story line. This was sweet, courageous, thoughtful, understanding, tough, determined, stubborn, strong, caring, and everything in between. I liked getting to know all the characters and reading this was like a good movie. It had me laughing some, smiling, a little aggravated, proud, tearing up a little, and definitely smiling and happy at the end. A great HEA that left me wanting to see what happens with Rachel and Maud. Pretty good and [...]


    6. Oh, I love me the romances set in Australia or New Zealand. Fluffy, but fun. Lots of beautiful and wealthy people. Our heroine, Amy, is an ex-ballerina traveling cross-continent on a train with her sister Rachel and a stow-away dog. Our hero Hugo, the oh-so-perfect but emotionally distant war hero heir to the Thurston mining empire, provides assistance in hiding said dog. Then Grandma starts plotting. Oh my. Not heavy emotional development, but as far as billionaire romance novels go, it’s a c [...]


    7. Ms. Lennox is quickly becoming my favorite writer of category romance. This book is outstanding. I really enjoyed watching both the heroine and the hero deal with loss and with the hero's interfering mother-in-law. I highly recommend this one and can't wait to see the sister get her HEA in a future book.


    8. I liked this story because not only was the writing decent but the story was coherent. Sometimes in these shorter books, it seems like the story is very disjointed because they try to put too much information into the story. I really enjoyed this one because it did not do that. The characters were very likable too.


    9. I generally like Marion Lennox so it's possible I was out of sorts when I read this, but I found it a little too saccharine. The whole thread about the indigenous background of the heroine seemed undeveloped.


    10. I generally like Marion Lennox so it's possible I was out of sorts when I read this, but I found it a little too saccharine. The whole thread about the indigenous background of the heroine seemed undeveloped.


    11. I generally like Marion Lennox so it's possible I was out of sorts when I read this, but I found it a little too saccharine. The whole thread about the indigenous background of the heroine seemed undeveloped.






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