They've both had their fair share of tragedy. Now the only way to heal could be to catch a killer.
Sergeant Brandon Stokes hasn't been able to face his family for over a decade. But when his parents are killed in an accident on their remote sheep station, the guilt-ridden soldier must face his demons and return home. He's unprepared for the gutsy female drifter who seems determined to help him reunite with his estranged family.
Amy Hammond has been running since she was fifteen. Now she's finally found the stability she's craved with employers who treated her like a daughter. But with her bosses' sudden death and the arrival of their handsome military hero son, her head and heart are thrown into chaos.
Distrusting Amy's real agenda, Brandon is forced to team up with her when they uncover evidence that his parents' demise was no accident. And though Amy knows she needs to win the hunky sergeant's trust, the sinister turn of events makes her fear any chance of love could be cut fatally short.
Will the troubled couple expose a murderer in their midst before they become the next victims?
Return to Retribution Bay is the thrilling first book in the Aussie Heroes: Retribution Bay romantic suspense series. If you like military hunks, plucky women, and striking Australian settings, then you'll adore Claire Boston's page-turning adventure.
Buy Return to Retribution Bay to dig up trouble in the dusty red soil today!
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About the Author
Claire Boston has loved dragons, magic and everything fantastical since she read The Enchanted Wood by Enid Blyton. As a child she used to sneak to the bottom of the garden in the hope of finding fairies. Alas she never found any, so she brought them alive in her own imagination. As she grew older, she fell in love with romance and romantic suspense when she discovered her mother’s stash of Nora Roberts novels.
When Claire began writing, she was torn between fantasy and romance so in the end decided to write both. Her stories are full of love, adventure and escape.
When Claire’s not writing she can be found creating her own handmade journals, swinging on a sidecar, or in the garden attempting to grow something other than weeds.
Claire lives in Western Australia with her husband, who loves even her most annoying quirks, and is currently learning how to crochet.