Whispers at Wongan Creek

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Whispers at Wongan Creek

Whispers at Wongan Creek Wongan Creek has a second chance at life but new possibilities unearth long buried secretsTravis Bailey may as well be Wongan Creek His family has farmed canola for generations and he sometimes feel

  • Title: Whispers at Wongan Creek
  • Author: Juanita Kees
  • ISBN: 9781489221100
  • Page: 380
  • Format: ebook
  • Wongan Creek has a second chance at life, but new possibilities unearth long buried secretsTravis Bailey may as well be Wongan Creek His family has farmed canola for generations, and he sometimes feels like he holds the community together with his bare, dirt stained hands Between caring for the farm, his orphaned niece and his elderly, ailing neighbour, he doesn t havWongan Creek has a second chance at life, but new possibilities unearth long buried secretsTravis Bailey may as well be Wongan Creek His family has farmed canola for generations, and he sometimes feels like he holds the community together with his bare, dirt stained hands Between caring for the farm, his orphaned niece and his elderly, ailing neighbour, he doesn t have time for himself He doesn t have time to fall in love Social worker Heather Penney is living on borrowed time When her mother died of Motor Neurone Disease, she took the initial blood tests and now nothing is guaranteed, let alone a future with a family and a home and a child Wongan Creek, and its resident protector, might be getting under her skin, but she can t afford to get attached But even as a new mine revitalises the small town, old secrets threaten resurface, and Travis and Heather find themselves fighting to save the farms and the futures of Wongan Creek s long time residents and possibly their own lives.

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    1. Brenda on said:

      Travis Bailey was running the family canola farm and caring for his twin sister Tracy’s six year old daughter Casey, while keeping an eye on his elderly neighbour Harry. Tracy had died two years prior while Travis was away and he felt a whole lot of guilt. Their parents had become grey nomads after Tracy’s death as they tried to come to terms with what had happened.Heather Penney was the social worker assigned to Travis and Casey; making sure Casey was happy and well looked after and Travis [...]

    2. Bree Verity on said:

      Intriguing Rural RomanceWith a million things on his mind and a million things to take care of for his own farm and that of his elderly neighbour, Travis doesn't need the distraction of the new social worker Heather.But as secrets come out, so does the passion between Travis & Heather. Only one big secret of Heather's could destroy their relationship before it even gets going.Rural romance at its dusty best.

    3. Helen on said:

      This is such a great story so many emotions you will be laughing shedding tears and sighing as we journey a path to a HEA that is fabulous there is danger along the way bullies to be dealt with but above all we have a hero who is just gorgeous caring loving, a hero to dream of sit back and enjoy.Heather Penney is a social worker working in the town of Wongan Creek this is a rural town but with a gold mine as well and at the moment she is working with Travis Bailey and his niece Casey and getting [...]

    4. Dísir on said:

      This is a lovely read that brings the rural setting of a small Australian town vividly to life and two unlikely people together, while perfectly capturing the strong ties that the characters have to the land and the struggle that they face as it undergoes the inevitable development that comes. But as with small towns, some secrets stay murky until something catastrophic forces them to come to light. I loved Travis Bailey and the heavy sense of responsibility that he has tried to shoulder from th [...]

    5. Talking Books on said:

      I absolutely loved this book! Travis' outlook, his demeanour, his heart of gold, everything about his character was completely endearing, Heather equally so. From the start of the story their characters stood out. I was captivated from the first page and couldn't tear my eyes away from this oftentimes riveting read. Many characters to like, some less so, but both collide for an unmissable read. Twists in the story and confronting moments throughout that kept the pages turning. The townsfolk were [...]

    6. Susanna Rogers on said:

      This is the second rural romance I've read by Juanita Kees and it's even better than the previous one. The story has heaps of heart provided by the wonderful hero Travis who takes care of his nice, and more heart provided by Heather, the social worker who wants to help against all odds. There's also a great cast of characters. A fabulous read.

    7. Renee on said:

      A fantastic rural romance with depth and an underlying mystery. I had a particular soft spot for Harry - the tough old farmer who lived on the adjoining property and who was slipping into dementia. I loved the romance that developed between Travis and Heather and the lighthearted humour that wove through the story. Deeper issues such as sexual harassment and how mining affects a farming town were also explored.

    8. Dawn on said:

      Welcome to Wongan Creek where Travis is keeping the farm going, raising a niece and helping neighbors while Heather is trying to work and keep going in spite of her health. Travis and Heather have a journey to find their future together. Always enjoy these rural settings with good plot and characters to keep the reader enthralled.Ebook from Netgalley and publishers with thanks. Opinions are entirely my own.

    9. Claire Boston on said:

      Juanita Kees has done it again with a book full of loveable, quirky characters that you want to get to know. Whispers deals with regrets, issues about aging and health, but is still funny, engaging and emotional. It's well worth a read.

    10. Vivienne Darden on said:

      Love, sadness, and happy times again.I had a really hard time putting this book down. It has a good story line. I cried during the happy times and it made me think about my own feelings about my love life and feelings. I really like the book.

    11. Mojca on said:

      ***ARC provided by publisher through NetGalley*** The story was good and nicely written, the characters were interesting (if a little too stubborn and self-pitying on the heroine's side), the mystery or suspense was nicely drawn out and gripping at the appropriate times, but the story was a tad too long. By the half-mark it started dragging, and most of the scenes and/or inner monologues came off as fillers without much true purpose.It would've worked better as a short story.

    12. Lily Malone on said:

      Really enjoyed this story of Travis and Heather. Travis in particular is brilliant at doing a balancing act between his farm, and raising his niece, plus keeping an eye on his increasingly forgetful neighbour - who has 'misplaced' his sheep (again) as the story starts.Travis's care for his elderly neighbour is one of the highlights of the book. This is such a big issue everywhere but in country towns when men or women have farmed the land all their lives and have such a great connection to it, a [...]

    13. poppy on said:

      Absolutely loved it,this is the first book ive read by Juanita Kees and i cant wait for more.I just loved travis and the way he approached life this book will make you cry so be warned will also make you chuckle though. Recommended its great

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