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Outback Boss, City Bride
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Outback Boss, City Bride
When Meredith reaches the backwoods of Australia, where her younger sister is working, she stands dumbfounded in front of the vast land with clouds of red dust dancing around her. She understands how her sister has come to love this land and enjoys making her living here. Her sister is the opposite of Meredith, who is good at cooking and cleaning. Unfortunately for her sister, she has to leave immediately and return with Meredith to London. A dying man is waiting for her. Sadly, they are unable to convince her sister's surly and unpleasant employer, Hal, to just let her go in the middle of their contract. So before she knows it, Meredith finds herself taking her sister's place and working at the ranch...
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- one sister at the ranch 3
- JAB 06/28/2018
The heroine is way out of her comfort zone when she goes from the cool stone of Britain to the red dust of Australia to see her sister for two reasons. One, she hasn't heard from her in a couple of months, so she is worried. Two, she's there to convince the sister to go back with her because a friend of theirs is in a coma and hopefully the sister's voice and presence will bring him back. It's a real hoot because the heroine has a huge crush on the comatose guy who's still in love with the sister despite leaving him, and the sister is love with the rough hand ranchers of Australia. The heroine's first impression= her appearance does little to impress the hero because she's wearing expensive high heels and I agree with him. The woman couldn't go to the next store and at least get a cheap pair of sneakers before flying to another country. So, the trip to the ranch has found that there's only one connection between the two: they are realists. Other than that, they are just annoyed with each other. Once, the two sisters meet, they discuss on the matter at hand because the sister wants to stick to her contract and not upheave all the responsibility but it takes a call from the weeping friend's mom to convince to go back and help. Then the heroine offers herself up as a substitute for the sister to keep things running. It's a real argument between the two of whether she can do it or not and I like the heroine for making her stand and forcing the hero back, despite his good points of what the job requires like making meals (that includes snacks) and watching the kids. The next morning, they send off the sister and the hero's cousin who's going for a business trip and the one person the romantic sister doesn't like......interesting. The hero and heroine slowly learn more about each other, while fighting each other too on cleanliness, meals, and handling the hero's niece and nephew. They grow deeper into their relationship and the heroine finds herself in love with the hero. The hero feels the same for the heroine but a call from her sister, talking about the heroine's happiness makes the hero believe that she would be happy away from the ranch because she's a city girl. The hero encourages her to leave and she does with tears flooding down her cheeks. The heroine goes back to her life in the city but find it empty because the hero isn't there. So, she packs up and heads back to the ranch and to the hero. They meet at the exact spot that they met the first time and the heroine tells the hero that she's applied for immigration and she took a leap of love for him. The hero holds her and confesses that he's in love with her but was afraid of taking that leap. He also tells the heroine that he faced his past and asks the heroine to marry him. The heroine replies with a yes and we have a happily ever after.
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