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Currawong Creek / Jennifer Scoullar.

By: Scoullar, Jennifer [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookDescription: 302 pages ; 20 cm.ISBN: 9780143571315.Subject(s): Women lawyers -- Queensland -- Fiction | Bunya Mountains Region (Qld.) -- FictionGenre/Form: Love stories.DDC classification: A823.4 Summary: Brisbane lawyer Clare Mitchell leads an orderly life. That is, until she finds herself the unlikely guardian of a small, troubled boy. In desperation, Clare takes Jack to stay at Currawong Creek, her grandfather's horse stud in the foothills of the beautiful Bunya Mountains. For Clare it feels like coming home. Her grandad adores having them there, Jack loves the animals, and Clare finds herself falling hard for the handsome local vet. But trouble is coming. The Pyramid Mining Company threatens to destroy the land Clare loves and with it, her newfound happiness.
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Brisbane lawyer Clare Mitchell leads an orderly life. That is, until she finds herself the unlikely guardian of a troubled boy. In desperation, Clare takes Jack to stay at Currawong Creek, her grandfather's horse stud in the foothills of the beautiful Bunya Mountains.For Clare it feels like coming home. Her grandad adores having them there, Jack loves the animals, and Clare finds herself falling hard for the handsome local vet.But trouble is coming. the Pyramid Mining Company threatens to destroy the land Clare loves - and with it, her newfound happiness.Praise for Currawong Creek'Heartfelt and passionate.' SN Weekly'An emotional and engaging rural fiction that delves into many important issues and packs a massive punch.' Beauty and Lace'One of the better examples of farm-lit with a modern social conscience . . . an excellent read.' Newcastle Herald'A smooth and easy read, with likeable characters.' Sun Herald 

First published in 2013.

Brisbane lawyer Clare Mitchell leads an orderly life. That is, until she finds herself the unlikely guardian of a small, troubled boy. In desperation, Clare takes Jack to stay at Currawong Creek, her grandfather's horse stud in the foothills of the beautiful Bunya Mountains. For Clare it feels like coming home. Her grandad adores having them there, Jack loves the animals, and Clare finds herself falling hard for the handsome local vet. But trouble is coming. The Pyramid Mining Company threatens to destroy the land Clare loves and with it, her newfound happiness.

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