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The Sky over Brigadier Station*

Slow-Burn Romance and Strong Setting

This is a sweet, slow-burn romance with a strong sense of place. While I have read a few other books set in the Australian Outback, few have been able to give such a clear picture of what the world is like for people who live as the characters in this story do. I felt I could sense Riley’s excitement for the muster as well as see it clearly from the author’s descriptions. I’m a very visual reader, and I appreciate it when an author is able to give such incredible word pictures that put you right in the story but don’t distract you by being too much; in this story, the writer got the correct balance. I enjoyed the characters, in particular the brothers. Noah is at a true crossroads in his life, and the way he thinks about his options and Riley throughout his story arc feels realistic. A thoroughly enjoyable romance!