A Girl’s Guide to the Outback By Jessica Kate
Kimberly Foster and Samuel Payton butt heads at every turn until finally, Sam decides to move back to Australia leaving the ministry Kimberly works for struggling. She has to face the fact that they need Sam, so she strikes up a deal. She’ll help Sam’s sister with the floundering farm in hopes that she can convince Sam to come back to the ministry.
Kimberly travels to Australia and soon finds herself battling deadly snakes, learning farm life, and falling for the man she thought she didn’t like. Can Kimberly and Sam set aside their differences and save the farm while fighting their feelings for one another?
Jessica Kate does it again with her second book. This quirky, fun romance will delight readers and leave them wanting more. Not only does the author spin a tale, but she also gives us a look at life in Australia.
The characterization in this book is superb. I fell in love with both Kimberly and Sam as well as Jules and Mick.
The imagery in this well-crafted novel literally put me right into the pages. Well done.
I love this author’s voice. It’s fun, quirky, and original.
I give A Girl’s Guide to the Outback four stars. This tale will make you laugh out loud as well as delight in the storyline.
**I received a NetGalley e-copy of this book by the author and Thomas Nelson for my honest opinion.