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Snowy River Man by [Chandler, Lizzy]
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Length: 163 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Their chance at love was lost in the harsh light of day. Is the romance of the majestic Snowy Mountains enough to heal the wounds of the past so that they get a second chance at a future?

The last time Katrina Delaney saw Jack Fairley was the morning after a one-night stand, when she discovered he was engaged to be married. Seven years later, she dreams of a missing boy – Jack’s son. Katrina has worked with police to find missing children before, and she knows she must help. But seeing Jack again comes with its own set of dangers, and Katrina fears the risks she is taking with her heart.

Jack Fairley’s standing in the community can’t keep his son from wandering off during a country rodeo. Frantic with worry, Jack is willing to do anything to find him, even put aside his scepticism and accept the help of a woman who sees his son in a dream. But when that woman turns out to be Katrina Delaney, he’s immediately suspicious. Neither Katrina nor Jack have any reason to trust each other, or the attraction that flares between them again. But trust they will have to, if they want any chance at love.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 724 KB
  • Print Length: 163 pages
  • Publisher: Escape Publishing - Harlequin Enterprises, Australia Pty Ltd (1 February 2015)
  • Sold by: Harlequin Australia
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00S493CSQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #45,110 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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Katrina Delaney wakes from a dream about a missing boy. Given her history of successfully finding missing children, the vision is still playing on Katrina's mind when she hears a news story about a child who's missing.

Unsurprised her vision's correct, she's most certainly shocked when she realises she knows the boy's father, having had a rather unfortunate one-nighter with Jack Fairley many years earlier.

Despite their difficult history, Katrina presents herself to Jack and his family to help search for six year old Nick. Jack is suspicious of Katrina's intentions and we soon learn that their night of passion many years before deeply affected them both.

Katrina remembers Jack as someone who seemingly slept with her despite having a fiance; and Jack believes Katrina, struggling with mental health issues, willingly shunned his later attempts to see her. Oh what a tangled web... etcetera.

Katrina and Jack were strong and likeable leads and Chandler easily and comfortably places us in their heads. The novel was well paced and plot itself enjoyable — however there were a few threads introduced which (I believe) could have been further explored, offering a little more substance.

However my personal genre-driven foibles aside, as a romance novel Snowy River Man is a good read. Lovers of the outback and overseas audiences will enjoy the luscious settings, and the romantics will certainly appreciate this love story with a difference.

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By Lily Malone TOP 100 REVIEWER on 25 February 2016
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A heroine who is psychic... And a story with hardly any backstory (in fact - I finished it and I have so many questions!)
This is a reunion romance which brings Jack Fairly and Katrina Delaney back together after 7 years apart. We learn that these two had an incredible one night stand, filled with intimacy and love, which broke apart when Katrina opened a newspaper in the hotel room and saw photographs announcing Jack's engagement. She runs away, only to discover she is pregnant, and she never sees Jack again, until her psychic vision finds Jack's son, Nick, in trouble, and she comes to the family's assistance.
So without any spoilers - I did definitely enjoy this book. I love the references to the Silver Brumby - a childhood favourite series of mine - and the Snowy River area is a place I have been before, and one day on my bucket list, I'd love to go horse riding through that area.
But what I've found at the end is that I want more about Jack and Katrina when they first met. I feel like I want to see this great connection they forged in 'one night' - how did this happen? Where were they? Did they meet at a bar, in a restaurant, at a business meeting? Where? Unless I missed it (I promise I wasn't skim-reading) - I don't know these answers and I feel like it's important that I know so that I can 'buy' their instant attraction when they do meet up again.
But the psychic side of things is a real twist, and while I think I'm a bit sceptical of these things, I'm not a disbeliever either... but it does worry me when the storyline is used in the context of finding someone who is missing or has met with foul play. There are many scammers out there who promote psychic abilities to con people when they are at their most vulnerable.
On the whole - this was a quick enjoyable read, and well written. The description of the bush and the setting is particularly lovely.
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First book I read from Lizzy Chandler and loved it! I simply couldn't put it down. I especially loved the way it is written as I felt I was watching a movie the way Lizzy was able to set the scenes! I immediately bought the second book written by this author "By Her Side" and loved it just as much! Look forward to the next one!
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I enjoyed Lizzie Chandler's story of two lost ships ,who correct their course and make amends for the wrongs of the past.Set in the romantic high country of New South Wales the author knows the country which compliments this romance and sustains interest in the many colourful characters involved and explores human frailty .The author also explores the gift of clairvoiency and how the visions of Katrina although unaware to her in the beginning ,assist in not only solving the mystery of a lost child but also help reunite a family in trouble.
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Lizzy Chandler's debut novel, Snowy River Man, is an engaging contemporary romance, with an edge of suspense, set in rural Australia.

Katrina Delaney is stunned when she learns that the lost and frightened child she has seen in her dream is Jack Fairley's son. Seven years ago she and Jack spent a single passionate night together, only for everything to fall apart the morning after.
Jack Fairley is frantic when his young son disappears while at a rodeo, seemingly without a trace, and he is willing to do anything to ensure his safe return, even if that means accepting the help of Katrina Delaney.
Though wary of their history, Katrina and Jack are determined to put aside their differences in order to ensure Nick's safe recovery but in saving the lost boy, they just may lose their hearts.

I really like the bones of the story, for such a short novel (just 165 pages) the author has developed a well layered plot, even if several elements seem somewhat truncated. The main conflicts expose personal and professional betrayal and shocking family secrets providing plenty of dramatic tension. The suspense is well crafted and nicely paced.

Katrina is an interesting character, only recently having found some sense of equilibrium after enduring several difficult years related to a tragic loss and the intrusiveness of her psychic gift, it's brave of her to offer Jack her help, knowing she could be opening herself up to more pain.
Jack is a fairly typical leading man for the genre, he has made mistakes but in general is kind and honourable. He is a loving father and a savvy businessman though it's his rugged farming persona that I found most appealing.(I have to mention too, I am a fan of the cover model representing him - yum!
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