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Review: Iron Junction, Charlotte Nash

Iron JunctionIron Junction by Charlotte Nash
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Title: Iron Junction
Author: Charlotte Nash

I received a copy of this book via Net Galley and have agreed to review this book in exchange for a free ARC.

Iron Junction is a rural romance novel by Charlotte Nash.

Doctor Beth Harding escapes from Sydney; away from her demanding family; away from a failed relationship; away from everything that has made a mess of her life. She escapes to Iron Junction, a small mining town in the Pilbara of Western Australia as a locum at the town’s medical centre. After a few incidents involving miners and contractors, Beth begins to wonder whether she has made the right choice. That is, until she meets Will Walker.

Will is a FIFO (Fly In, Fly Out) engineer who sees Iron Junction as yet another stop in a long line of stops that is his working life. He is attracted to Beth but the budding romance is tempered by a past that has started to haunted his current life.

Beth and Will have to confront their pasts (and futures) if their relationship is to get past its first tentative steps…

A compelling story – along with some interesting sub-plots (primarily the young Aboriginal girl who Beth befriends) and stunning landscapes – that will satisfy those who love Australian stories with heart.

Paul
ARH

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