‘I absolutely loved this. Susannah Turner is a fresh and exciting new voice in Australian fiction.’ —Ann B. Harrison, bestselling author of The Montana Born series and The Watson Brothers
Everyone loves Charlotte Ahearn. She’s friendly, funny, smart and kind – and she’s a brilliant baker – so why has she moved to a country town where nobody wants to know her?
Dunbarton doesn’t seem to get that Charlotte is just there doing her job – convincing the town that the local silver mine should be allowed to expand. If only a certain local farmer called Nick MacLeod didn’t have to make that task so much harder – and personal.
But will that same Nick MacLeod eventually remember that the pair met briefly ten years before, and back then there was no resentment or hostility, only a burning possibility of something special … something perfect?
Worth Fighting For is a big-hearted romance about community, baking and finding love in the unlikeliest of places. It was runner-up in the 2016 XO Romance Prize.
|Publisher:||Brio Books Pty Ltd|
|Product dimensions:||6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.82(d)|
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I adored this story of Charlotte and Nick and that Charlotte is a Barefoot Baker . That added a lot to the story as it is always good to read about food. They met at a wedding 10 years ago where he was the photographer. They had dreamed about each other ever since but never ran into each as they lived too far apart and photography is only part of what Nick does. The PR company, Charlotte works for, wants to promote mining in a small town in the country. It looks good on paper, but not so much in real life. Charlotte and Nick meet again during a protest against the mine but didn't recognize each other right away. Nick is a farmer against the mine. The chemistry and attraction are there for everyone to see, but Charlotte doesn't want to live in the country ever again. Her past issues affect the way she feels about everything and then there is Miles. You have to read to find out who he is. I received this book from Net Galley for an honest review and no compensation otherwise,