Charming the Outback

Charming the Outback Review

When jaded city girl Maddy McIntyre packs up and leaves Adelaide for a new job in the country, it's not only a chance at a fresh start. Six months ago, the first guy she'd ever loved shattered her heart before moving home to Broken Hill. Deep down inside, Maddy is hoping that living in the same town will give her an opportunity to prove to Luke that she's one temptation he can't resist.

But when she arrives in Broken Hill, Luke White is not the same guy she knew in the city. And it soon seems very clear that he doesn't want her there. Although Maddy settles in quickly, excelling at work and partying with her new friends, she can't understand why Luke is remaining so distant. Particularly when all her instincts are telling her that they're meant to be together – and that he feels the same burning attraction.

As Maddy learns more about Luke's family and background, she begins to understand that his mixed messages are caused by balancing what's expected of him with what he really wants. Maddy gave Luke her heart long ago and, despite their differences, she knows she'll only ever be happy with her hot country boy. But how can she convince him that she's the risk he needs to take?

Title:Charming the Outback

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  • Marla Mei

    1.5 generous but not generous enough to buy a copy of this book starsFucking hell. This book. It infuriated the life out of me. A quick read of the blurb charmed me into thinking that this will be a r...

  • Kiera

    This is my first Leesa Bow read and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Charming the Outback has vivid descriptions of Broken Hill and the Aussie Outback, which I enjoyed. I haven’t been that far west, but thi...

  • Genesis Sheli (Latte Nights Reviews)

    This review can be found on Latte Nights Reviews with a GIVEAWAYIn Charming the Outback, the reader gets to read about Maddy’s story and her second-chance love story. Maddy packs up and leaves to a ...

  • Juanita Kees

    Leesa Bow excels at this genre with a voice perfectly suited to New Adult. Charming the Outback is a well-written novel to be enjoyed by those who appreciate the excitement and flush of first love. Sh...

  • Candice

    Omg i really enjoyed reading this story. It was filled with so many raw emotions. It really makes you think about your own life. This book really hit it home for me. And I thank you for that. I'm glad...

  • Rachmi

    ARC was provided by the author/publisher via NetGalley in exchange for honest review.I think this is my first NA book from Aussie author. And I have to say that I kinda confused, mostly when I read th...

  • Christina

    Complimentary copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.Maddy has moved from the big city of Adelaide to the remote Outback town of Broken Hill. Reeling from the breakup with her bo...

  • Kate

    Maddy is ready for her adult life to begin. She packed up her belongings in Adelaide and moved to a small town in the outback for her first teaching job. The fact she chose Broken Hill as her first pl...

  • Irish

    *ARC provided for an Honest Review*"You have the power to write your own story, Mads. Beginnings and endings are yours to decide."I'm at lost of words. Honestly, I don't even know what to say. I haven...

  • Gemma Weir

    Check out more of my reviews on my blog http://gemmareadstoomuchforittomenorm...Charming the Outback is the first book I have read by this author. I was gifted a copy of this book by the publisher in ...