A Girl's Guide to the Outback by Jessica Kate ~ Review

Lucie's Review:

Kimberly Foster is an ambitious business woman, still hurting from her painful childhood. She gets involved with Wildfire Ministries, working with numbers and helping start ups is her job, but Youth Pastor Sam Preston feels like she is turning the ministry into a business. He feels unqualified to be at the head of what the ministry is turning into, so he goes back home to the family farm to help the struggling outfit make turn a profit.

Kim and Sam couldn't be more different, but when Sam leaves Kim will do anything to win him back.

A fun contemporary romance spanning continents, where opposites attract, and sparks fly. Kim and Sam couldn't be more different, Kim specializes in helping start ups, while Sam is more conservative and would prefer to minimize all risks. As the story progresses we see more of who Kim and Sam really are, and the vulnerabilities behind their strengths. I liked the sunny setting, as well as Sam's sister Jules who feels torn between her duty to the family farm and her heart.

A modern rom-com for fans of tales when opposites attract. I loved the little tastes of Australia, from the details about the weather to the flourishes of Australia lingo. I liked how the different ways that Kim and Sam connect with others are highlighted and celebrated. Enjoyable read from beginning to end.

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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