Australia when I was just 4 years old. Because although I have travelled extensively - some 36 countries and counting, I know I live in the best place in the world. When I dream up my stories Australia always has a special place in my novels.
I did many crazy things while researching this book. I hiked for days in the sweltering
Australian bush, ate witchetty grubs that I dug from my garden, made slingshots with my bra’s, sat in the pouring rain and many other things that had my family assessing my sanity.
Lost in Kakadu is a survival story that will also challenge your expectations of what a romance should be.
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Crashing into an ancient Australian wilderness is pretentious socialite Abigail Mulholland’s worst nightmare. She survives the accident with two complete strangers, however things go from bad to downright hellish when rescuers never come. As she battles to live in an environment that’s as brutal as it is beautiful, Abigail finds herself also fighting her unlikely attraction to Mackenzie--a much younger man. A man she’s willing to change for.
Mackenzie Steel is devastated by his partner’s death in the crash, the only person with whom he shared his painful past. Now, as he confronts his own demons, he finds he has a new battle on his hands: his growing feelings for Abigail, a woman who's as frustratingly naïve as she is funny.
Fate brought them together, but they’ll need more than luck to escape Kakadu alive. Could the letters of a dead man hold the key to their survival?
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I'm so excited to announce Lost In Kakadu is a finalist in the Australian Romance Readers Awards (ARRA) 2013: Are you an ARRA member? Voting open now. Giddy up...
Best Romantic Suspense for 2013
Best Book Cover for 2013
Best New Author of 2013
I am also truly honoured to have been nominated as Australia's Favourite Novelist of 2013. I would love it if you could vote for me via the Booktopia Blog. Voting starts 13th Jan 2014.
Thank you Australia.
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