Blaine Kilcullen came to Vancouver, Canada on a sad mission - to bring his brother’s body and brother’s widow home for the funeral. To him, Amanda seemed like a partially damaged, mercenary woman. Blaine assumed that he could deal with her as he did with other difficult individuals.
Unfortunately, Amanda’s sister, Sienna, who accompanied the widow to Australia, was not so easy to dismiss. Her beautiful face and tall, willowy figure could keep a man up nights. Sienna’s auburn hair and leonine eyes captured Blaine from the moment he saw her and he welcomed the opportunity to show her the Katajangga homestead.
Once in Australia, Sienna fell in love with the rich earth tones of the Outback and its warm, simple people. Blaine was as much a part of the atmosphere as was his housekeeper, Magda. Little by little, Sienna felt herself falling in love with the master of the vast station, but she never expected to confront a cunning rival for Blaine’s affections. If her adversary had her way, Sienna would be dead!
This is a story of wonderful contrasts, of the cool Vancouver weather and the blistering heat of the Outback, of the fragile, yet cunning Amanda and her guileless sister, of fire and ice, hate and love. Again and again, the pendulum sways, until it is anyone’s guess who will triumph.
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