She thought they’d missed their chance. But he never forgot her.
When Tom Carmody buys a run-down cattle station in outback Queensland he is shocked to discover that the woman living next door is none other than Harriet McGuire, his high school crush – the woman who mysteriously never returned to boarding school after the summer break.
In a time when women did as their fathers bid, Harriet agreed to marry the charming Daniel McGuire and move to Brigadier Station. But she soon paid the price for her naivety. Forced to protect her children from her abusive husband, she never forgot Tom’s kindness.
More than thirty years after their innocent school flirtation, Harriet and Tom begin to rekindle their friendship only to find the flames of their attraction are stronger than ever.
As Christmas approaches, rain storms finally break the decade long outback drought. But can the floods wash away the ghosts of the past? Or will they cause yet another disaster?
Christmas at Brigadier Station is the fifth in the Brigadier Station series and can easily be read as a standalone. Each of Sarah's stories are linked so you can find out what happens to the other brothers and your favourite characters in future books.
1. The Brothers of Brigadier Station
2. The Sky over Brigadier Station
3. The Legacies . of Brigadier Station
4. The Outback Governess (A Sweet Outback Novella)
5. Christmas at Brigadier Station
“Sarah Williams has crafted an entertaining rural romance set on a sprawling cattle property in North Queensland. It’s an enjoyable read with plenty of drama and relatable characters” Helene Young
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.
Praise for The Brigadier Station series:
"I LOVED reading about Australia......just WOW. Very relatable characters. Loved the whole close family ties, can't wait to read more in this series. It's by far the best read I've read this year."
"A great way to learn about the Australian Outback and its various stations, how neighbors rely on each other, the struggles of life on the land."
"Genuinely an entertaining read. The author has crafted an easy to read story with appealing characters. Set in rural Australia the authors description of the countryside enables the reader to feel like they are on an outback property. It feels like the author has experience with the setting and this entices the reader even more."
Similar in style to Barbara Hannay, Cathryn Hein, Annie Seaton, Fiona McArthur, Victoria Purman, Fiona Palmer and Tricia Stringer.