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Monday, 27 May 2019

The Dairy Farmer's Daughter by Sarah Williams


The Dairy Farmer's Daughter

has RECEIVED a


Chill with a Book READERS’ Award


In the heart of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland there is a vibrant community of farmers, artists and passionate people all trying to live the best lives they can. Love doesn’t always come easily but it is always worth fighting for.

Justin would have preferred to stay in the city and pretend it was an ordinary day. A day that didn’t include a funeral for a father he’d barely known...

Justin Wheeler is not a country boy. He could have been, if his mother had stayed married to his father and not moved back to the city when he was only a toddler. But now that his estranged father is dead and he has inherited the dairy farm, Justin finds himself considering if the life he is living is actually the life he wants.

Family means everything to Freya Montgomery. She loves living on the land and helping to grow the family business. She knows how important agriculture is to their small hinterland community, so when Justin arrives in town and is offered a generous price from a housing developer to buy his property, Freya must convince him not to accept the deal and instead lease the land to her family.

Will Justin choose riches over his heritage or will he find a love more valuable than all the money in the world?

The Dairy Farmer’s Daughter is the first novella in an exciting new sexy, small-town series called “Heart of the Hinterland” by Bestselling author, Sarah Williams.

"I loved this book, I couldn’t put it down, can’t wait to get the next one."

"I thoroughly enjoyed this book, was laughing and sometimes crying while reading. Sarah portrayed real life characters with a strong storyline, wonderful reading, I'm sure you won't regret reading this book."

"Sweet and sexy, and, at times, nail-biting..."

If you like small town, country and rural romance from authors like Bella Andre, Melody Grace, Maisey Yates, Johanna Lyndsey, Nora Roberts and Diana Palmer then you'll love this short read.

Similar in style to Barbara Hannay, Cathryn Hein, Annie Seaton, Fiona McArthur, Victoria Purman, Fiona Palmer and Tricia Stringer.

Genre: Australian & Oceanian Literature
Approx pages: 238


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