Wallaby Lane

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Author: Maya Linnell

Category: Fiction & related items

Book Format: Paperback / softback

Publisher: Allen & Unwin

ISBN: 9781761069611

RRP: $32.99

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A pitch-perfect new rural romance from the bestselling author of Kookaburra Cottage.

‘The perfect recipe for a feel-good rural read. Fun, heartfelt and wise, Wallaby Lane is an absolute treat.’ – Alissa Callen, bestselling author of Snowy Mountains Dawn

‘Maya Linnell has me longing for a romantic pink cottage in the country. Wallaby Lane is a gem.’ – Emma Grey, author of The Last Love Note

From interviewing local flower growers to receiving blue ribbons for her show baking, Lauren Bickford’s genuine love for her hometown is almost as strong as her ambition to become a radio presenter. But is it enough to outweigh the series of on-air stuff-ups that have plagued her career?
No stranger to this small winegrowing region in South Australia’s Limestone Coast, Jack Crossley is the new cop in town. He’s traded his city beat for a slower pace, and as a former local, knows only too well that mischief can lurk around every quiet corner.

For Jack and Lauren, the course of true love is not running smoothly. Can he restore order in the town before the neighbourhood watch vigilantes take justice into their own hands? Or are Jack’s biggest worries much closer to home? Can Lauren’s reporting remain impartial as her attraction to Jack grows? Or will her family’s advice lead her completely astray?

Featuring Penwarra’s 100th Show, a one-eyed goat and a galah named Gary, Wallaby Lane is a complete delight from one of Australia’s favourite rural romance writers.

Praise for Maya Linnell:

‘Filled with love, laughter, tears and genuine country characters’ Western District Farmers News on Kookaburra Cottage

‘Whenever I pick up a Linnell novel, I know a purely blissful read lies ahead.’ Better Reading on Paperbark Hill

‘A rural romance to tug on the heartstrings.’ – New Idea

‘Linnell brings a good deal of authenticity and humour to her story … an enjoyable tale about romance, family and dealing with change.’ – Canberra Weekly Magazine

‘When a new Maya Linnell novel lands in the office, we pretty much draw the curtains and shut up shop until it’s read.’ – Australian Country

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