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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Review: Christmas at Coorah Creek by Janet Gover

Christmas at Coorah Creek by Janet Gover
Release date: October 30, 2015
Publisher: Choc Lit
My rating: 3.5
Buy here: Amazon


Synopsis:
What if you don’t want to be home for Christmas? 
Spending Christmas away from home is one thing but English nurse Katie Brooks is spending hers in Coorah Creek; a small town in the Australian outback. 
Katie was certain leaving London was the right decision, but her new job in the outback is more challenging than she could have ever imagined. 
Scott Collins rescued Katie on her first day in Coorah Creek and has been a source of comfort ever since. But Scott no longer calls the town home – it’s too full of bad memories and he doesn’t plan on sticking around for long. 
Scott needs to leave. Katie needs to stay. They have until Christmas to decide their future … 


My Thoughts:
This is another short book, I think about 130 some pages, but it was so sweet. Katie is a nurse from London and she's on a Holiday in Australia to work as a nurse on a chopper. Katie's car decides to quit running on her way to Coorah Creek, leaving her stranded in the blazing Australian heat. 

Scott Collins is on his way back to Coorah Creek after leaving many years ago after a falling out\misunderstanding with his Father. Thank goodness that Scott finds Katie stranded and rescues her before something happened. 

This book was all about making amends at the most magical time of year and finding out what you really want. I loved Scott and Katie and fair warning; have tissues handy if you're an animal lover.