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Home to Bindarra Creek (A Bindarra Creek Romance) by [Kees, Juanita]
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When fate brings together two lost souls, it’s time to leave the shadows behind and come home to Bindarra Creek.
With rejuvenation of her small home town in the pipeline, Park Ranger, Alice Pritchard has no choice but to let go of the past. Dan Molyneaux roars into her life in his high-powered V8 and reopens the Riverside Pub, forcing her to face her ghosts, his possum problem, Curly the cockatoo who swears like a sailor, Old Man Jake who’s appointed himself caretaker of the property, and Grandad Charlie who’s determined to find her the man he thinks she deserves. Alice would love to ignore them all and keep living in the cocoon she’s created for herself in sleepy Bindarra Creek, but fate has other plans for her.
Dan isn’t looking for love or the friendship of the two crazy old men who appear to have adopted him. All he wanted was the peace and quiet of the country, away from the city highways. Soon he’s swept along by renovations, fundraisers, hell-raisers and the problems of a small town coming back to life. But it’s the park ranger he’s curious about. Why would a girl as beautiful as Alice bury herself in a backwater town so far off the main highway, it was merely a blip on the satellite map? What he uncovers raises some of his own ghosts from the dead.
Romance Writers of Australia Romantic Book of the Year Finalist 2016

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3415 KB
  • Print Length: 240 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B018FP8OJK
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #17,929 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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Dan and Alice both feel guilt over events in their pasts. When Dan meets Alice he's unable to walk away and tries to help overcome a great tragedy in her life and learns he too must let go so he can move on to a future neither thought possible.

Another great Bindarra Creek book. I'm so loving this series.
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Another of the books in the stunning series – Bindarra Creek Romance. This one is by Juanita Kees and after I finished reading it, the story and the characters stayed with me for days. I absolutely loved it! I laughed and cried. It's a beautiful story and so well written. Five stars - ten if I could. Thanks for a wonderful story.
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Juanita Kees has been nominated for all sorts of awards for her romantic suspense Tag Raiders series, set in the Roleystone area in the foothills of Perth, but this is her first foray into rural romance.
This is Book 6 in the Bindarra Creek series, comprising 13 authors writing a story per month for 13 months. I've only read one other Bindarra Creek book thus far.
While the books share a town and several secondary characters, each book can be read as a stand alone.
In Home to Bindarra Creek the hero (Dan) is coming home to Bindarra Creek where his mother still lives after his career in investment banking takes a turn for the worse during the GFC. Dan has several demons because some of the investments he and his bank promoted turned sour, and several clients were left out of pocket. Dan has done what he can to remedy this, but the demons remain for him.
The heroine (Alice) is a gorgeous character. Red-headed and strong, she is the town's park ranger. Alice has a tragic past involving her ex husband and child. They used to own the Bindarra Creek pub, but at the beginning of the book, Alice has sold the pub... yet doesn't know that Dan is the new buyer.
There is a whole cast of great characters in this book. I particularly loved 'Mutley' and 'Curley' and the two old blokes who appear throughout the book give it wonderful warmth and humour.
This is a beautiful, beautiful story. Warm-hearted and sensual, with lots of spice between Dan and Alice to keep those pages turning.
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I enjoyed this story immensely. The touching tale of love so tragically lost and the fight to let go the past was so well written. I adored the appearance old man, Jake and his wayward Parrot Curly (who I adore) The relationship between Alice Pritchard (Heroine and her grand father Charlie is to treasure. I really loved Dan's character. Some characters find a soft spot in your heart and Dan did this for me. A man a mother would like her daughter to bring home. :)

So far, I've found this series is full of delightful characters. There is much diversity in the towns-people, their occupations and their interests.
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I know it's a cliche to say a story will tug at your heartstrings but I truly believe this one will. Here, we have two great leads – a heroine whose heart has been broken in the worst way possible and an urban hero who’s trying to fit into a country town. There was so much standing between them and I desperately wanted them to be together. I loved the cast of crazy characters, and I mean “crazy” in the best way possible. This is a touching story full of warmth and heart. I highly recommend it. And I’m not even a fan of rural romance!
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I couldn't put the book down. Are there really men out there who are so understanding and compassionate? A lovely read. I'm loving the Bindarra Creek romance novels and cant wait for the next ones to be published.
Only thing negative it didn't feel like it was part of Bindarra Creek - some names were mentioned but not much interaction being those we have come to love.
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Couldn't be bothered with it. Far too overly dramatic about nothing for my taste - read about 40 pages and quit it.
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By James TOP 500 REVIEWER on 11 January 2016
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A good book slow to start but once started kept you going and was hard to put it down and a good finish.
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