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New Release June 1st!
The Art of Husbandry โ€” Mackenzie Country #1
This is one of the most emotional and heartwarming hurt/comfort
books I have ever written and I can’t wait for you to read it.

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๐—ช๐—ต๐—ฎ๐˜ ๐˜๐—ผ ๐—ฒ๐˜…๐—ฝ๐—ฒ๐—ฐ๐˜:
If you love hurt/comfort and fresh beginnings, this is the story for you.
If you want raw emotion, this story has buckets of it.
If you want swoon, get ready for the smelling salts.
If you want heat, these guys have it going on.
If you want laughs and shenanigans, thereโ€™s plenty of that.
Heartstopping scenery? Hell yeah thereโ€™s scenery.
Get ready for your heartstrings to be pulled and come on the adventure.

When life drowns you in lemons, to hell with making lemonade. I wanted to burn the whole world. But eighteen months from the day my life was torn apart, Iโ€™m tired of the anger. Tired of the nightmares. Tired of putting one foot in front of the other just trying to survive. Three months on a high country sheep station in the middle of nowhere is exactly the reboot I need. A chance to break free. To breathe again. To find a way forward.

I put my entire life on hold and head south to Mackenzie Country. But falling for the captivating young station boss was never part of the plan. Holden Miller might be smart and sexy and push all my dusty buttons, but we come from two different worlds. Iโ€™m not looking for a relationship. Iโ€™m not interested in love. Iโ€™m done with all that.

But Holden doesnโ€™t care about my rules. Nestled safely in the arms of the spectacular Southern Alps, on an isolated sheep farm at the top of the world, Holden begins knitting my battered heart together one careful stitch at a time. And with every pass of the thread, every braid of the river on our doorstep, I catch a tantalising glimpse of something Iโ€™d almost given up on.

Happiness, and maybe even love.

If I have the courage to reach out and grab them.

Note: This book contains references to the past death of a child and PTSD.

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