From the author of RYDERS RIDGE comes a romance set in an Australian mining town.
Desperate to get away from her family's expectations of success in love and in work, Dr Beth Harding leaves Sydney behind and takes a locum job at Iron Junction - a mining town in the distant Pilbara. With the mine growing at a rapid pace, the town full of contractors and tensions running high, Beth is convinced she's made a huge mistake until she meets Will, a man who shares her dreams and could make the difference between going home and staying on.
For Will Walker, being born into cattle farming was never the life he wanted. He's traded a broad-brim for a hard hat and headed down the mines. Iron Junction seems like just another gig in the long road that's taking him even further from home. But in the lonely fly-in, fly-out life, he never counted on meeting Beth ...
But when Beth and Will discover that the choices they make will have far-reaching consequences neither could ever have imagined, they have a decision to make. Will they be brave enough to risk loving each other despite everything that stands in their way?
BONUS CONTENT: includes two free chapters from Charlotte's new novel, Crystal Creek
This easy, light and enjoyable read [is] ideal for a rainy weekend [and] would be perfect for those who live on the land or fantasise about it. - Toowoomba Telegraph on Ryders Ridge
This breakout novel is a skilful mix of rural charm and gripping medical drama. - West Australian on Ryders Ridge
A spirited heroine, a sexy farmer and a secret. Nash has created a dynamic debut novel that grabs you from the first page. - Fleur McDonald on Ryders Ridge
Charlotte Nash was born in historic Lincoln, England and grew up in the sunny Redland Shire of Brisbane. Obsessed with horses and riding, she began stealing her mother's Jilly Cooper novels at the age of thirteen, and has been enthusiastic for romance ever since. Always a little unconventional, she took a meandering path to writing through careers in engineering and medicine, including stints building rockets and as an industrial accident investigator. Now she writes romantic stories, and moonlights as a creative writing PhD student, studying how narratives engage the brain. She lives in a cosy Brisbane cottage with her husband and son, and a small flock of lovable chooks.