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The Wild One (Choc Lit) (Coorah Creek Book 2) by [Gover, Janet]
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Top Pick, Best Book Buyers and Mainstream Romance award from the Orange County Chapter of the Romance Writers of America.

Can four wounded souls find love?
Iraq war veteran Dan Mitchell once disobeyed an order – and it nearly destroyed him. Now a national park ranger in the Australian outback, he’s faced with another order he is unwilling to obey ...

Photographer Rachel Quinn seeks out beauty in unlikely places. Her work comforted Dan in his darkest days. But Quinn knows darkness too – and Dan soon realises she needs his help as much as he needs hers.

Carrie Bryant was a talented jockey until a racing accident broke her nerve. Now Dan and Quinn need her expertise, but can she face her fear? And could horse breeder Justin Fraser, a man fighting to save his own heritage, be the man to help put that fear to rest?

The wounds you can’t see are the hardest to heal...

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2051 KB
  • Print Length: 320 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Choc Lit (3 April 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00UZ4PXAI
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,987 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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I loved that with vivid descriptions Janet took me right into small town Coorah Creek and the Australian Outback in The Wild One. I could easily picture the brumbies and the park in my mind.

I really enjoyed the mix of characters in The Wild One! The main characters, Dan and Quinn both lead fairly isolated existences by choice, and are brought together unexpectedly. They find themselves working together for a common purpose, and at the same time an attraction sparks between them. A romance between them is not the main focus of The Wild One, but rather how they both grow so much due to various happenings in the Wild One. They both have so much to offer each other, but to accept will mean stepping out of where they've become comfortable...letting the past go and moving into the future. With both of their heart breaking pasts, it was touching to go through this journey with them and see where it would lead.

Carrie and Justin are strong secondary characters who have a secondary plot of their own that weaves perfectly into the main plot, is relevant, and just as touching. This worked well in the plot, giving a lot more dimension to The Wild one.

The wild horses, the park and the story involving them was so believable and I could picture the horses easily.

I liked the pace Janet wrote with and how she made me feel enveloped in the story. She explores different kinds of grief and the aftermath of tragedy and hurt, and how it is easier to heal with someone to lean on rather than struggle through alone.

The Wild One is a great, all encompassing love story I'd recommend to romance readers.

I received a free copy of The Wild One for an honest review.
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Perfect! Simply perfect!
This is rural romance just how it should be.

The story occurs in the outback town of Coorah Creek where everyone is just like family.
Dan has moved to the nearby Tyangi Park, as park ranger, to escape the nightmares that started after his tour of duty in Iraq. He prefers to live his life alone, cut off from everyone. That is until photographer Rachel Quinn arrives in town.

Gover focuses on PTSD in veterans and civilians, it is encouraging to know that this is being explored and made more open, also the culling of wild animals in our national parks. This is a very emotive topic and it is dealt with knowledgeably.

The story centres around four main characters of Dan, Quinn, Justin and Carrie each have their own separate stories but come together in a common cause of saving the wild brumbies. As they work together to save the brumbies they also help to heal each other.

The characters were easy going and immediately likeable. I was pulled into the story from the beginning. The writing and the dialogue was all so natural it flowed beautifully.

I loved the men in this story. They were sensitive but this didn’t detract from their masculinity.
I was delighted that Quinn was a knitter (something that is usually portrayed as a bit geeky) and used it as therapy to ease her heartache.

I’m not a country girl at heart but the vivid descriptions made me want to grab my swag and go out there and sleep under the stars.

You don’t have to be a horse lover to be swept up in this heart-warming outback romance.

Even though this is book two in the Coorah Creek series the story stood well on its own with book one The Flight to Coorah Creek focusing on a different set of characters.

With thanks to the publisher via Netgalley for my copy to read and review.
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Four people with their own internal demons meet over a common cause, to save the Brumby feral culling in a National Park. They deal with the challenge to try and save the horses, themselves and new love.

Its a shame that I found the female photographer and ex-model grated on my nerves as being too stand-offish and unapproachable, unlike the layered depth and warmth in the rest of those colourful characters within this read. The feral culling and reasons for a National Parks' preservation was delicately handled. I loved the descriptions and the sense of place in this second book in the Coorah Creek series that is an amazing family-styled community.
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Loved the way I was drawn into this story, the chase of the brumbies gave me goosebumps. Was a great read, hard to put down.
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Loved the Australian flavour in this clean read book. Must catch other of Janet's books
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