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A Man For All Seasons by Jenny Brigalow

A Man For All Seasons (edition 2013)

by Jenny Brigalow

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Title:A Man For All Seasons
Authors:Jenny Brigalow
Info:Steam eReads (2013), Kindle Edition
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A Man For All Seasons by Jenny Brigalow

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A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS by author Jenny Brigalow is a Steam eReads Publishing release for April 2013.

Chad Cherub went over to England to get a stud horse for his stables. There he met Seraphim Driscoll, daughter of the man he went to visit. He enjoyed riding and spending time with Seraphim.

Seraphim was not happy with her fiancé and broke off her engagement. She ended up coming back to Brisbane with Chad. Flying in first class, she realized the difference between them but disregarded it. But when she came face to face with the dry, drought stricken outback Chad called home, she was shocked. After he explained that they hadn’t had rain for the last seven years, she realized the vastness of outback Australia and the hard life Chad lived. Will she go back to England on the next flight out?

Can Chad let her walk away after he realized that he loved her? And what about Seraphim, does she love him? But why had her dad warned her against getting too close to Chad? What was the secret around him? Why was he alone with no family?

A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS is a well written tale of the prejudices still rife in society. This story had a unique twist very well done with good dialogue and fast narration. Debut author Jenny Brigalow brought this tale of unexpected and chance encounters turning into red-hot passion. It has humour with steamy sensuality and heart tugging pathos. And the story is intensely emotional.

Highly entertaining and well worth reading. ( )
  NasDean | Apr 29, 2013 |
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