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Her Outback Man (The Australians)

by Margaret Way

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Logan Dangerfield, head of one of Australia's most affluent families, had severe doubts about Dana Barry's motives. Offering comfort to Logan's niece kept Dana on his cattle station, but could she hide the fact that he was the only Outback man she had ever loved?
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Dana was shocked at how her cousin Melinda had schemed her way into marriage with playboy Tyler Dangerfield, thought Dana equally opportunistic was obvious from his cold attitude towards her. But she'd never expected that he'd turn round at Tyler's tragic death and accuse her of having had an affair with him. Dana had to disprove those ugly lies, especially as Tyler's bereft young daughter was so in need of stability and affection. Should she reveal that Logan was the only outback man she had ever loved?… (more)

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