Romance and adventure in an unusual, fascinating setting.
Deep and entwined characters in true to life conditions.
Tony is good-looking, charming. His flamboyant personality on the surface hides great personal tragedy. It drives him out there, courting trouble in all areas of his life, hiding from reality.
Neat, petite and feisty, city girl Sheila is new to the area. When she meets Tony she is oh so interested. She has a lot going for her, but has she got the emotional depth to cope with all that life throws at her now?
This book reflects the intensity of human emotions magnified by the isolation and fierce beauty of the Australian outback. Romantic dramas highlight the ups and downs, the highs and lows, the bliss and the misery of tangled, passionate relationships.
The characters are deep and intertwined, the settings and conditions are true to the life of this unique area.
Courting Trouble is the third and final novel in Victoria Capper's trilogy of outback romances.
Victoria Capper has lived in outback Australia for most of her life. People asked her what it is like, so she started creating stories about the joys and trials of living in outback Australia. She wanted to share with other people an understanding of the world she knows so well through her memorable characters, hard-working country people, their hardships and their fullness of heart. Her stories take readers into the bush, with its ever-changing moods that stimulate the senses; the tiny delights of the environment brought to life through quick precise strokes.
She is renowned because she writes it as it is – and she tells a great yarn into the bargain.
Format: Paperback Dimensions: US Trade Pages: 262 pgs