He's struggling to keep afloat. She'd rather be in the city. When they work together to save his land, will it bring them happily ever after?
The North Australian outback. Darcy Stokes shoulders a mountain of guilt. With his family's 150-year-old sheep station on the verge of bankruptcy due to a bad investment, the single dad's stress is running at an all-time high. And his only glimmer of hope is a pretty, big-city lawyer who's offered to take a look at the contract he bungled.
Faith Arnold is suffering from small-town claustrophobia. After helping her mother rehab from a stroke, she's desperate to return to her corporate legal career. But she can't help but think the handsome cowboy she agreed to aid might make for a compelling reason to stay.
As Darcy finds himself falling for the sexy attorney, he fears a sinister consortium will stop at nothing to force him to sell. And as Faith is pulled in deeper to the troubled rancher's woes, she may find her heart isn't the only part of her in danger…
Will Darcy and Faith grab love's reins and outrun a terrible threat?
Trapped in Retribution Bay is the gorgeous second book in the Aussie Heroes: Retribution Bay romantic suspense series. If you like rugged men, intelligent heroines, and the wide Australian expanse, then you'll adore Claire Boston's captivating tale.
Buy Trapped in Retribution Bay to fight for the underdog 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.