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Outback Boss City Bride Meredith WestLikes coffee shops nice shoes LondonDislikes spiders the Outback Hal GrangerHal GrangerDislikes cool unflappable distracting city girlsLikes one city girl in particular—Meredith's been forced to take a job on a remotecattle station with a boss she can't stand It should beeasy to keep things professional—except their office isunder the blistering Outback sun and Hal's work attireis a bare chest and thigh hugging jeans Although they'reworlds apart it's getting harder to keep things strictlybusiness

About the Author: Jessica Hart

After a haphazard career spent working and travelling around the world I stumbled into romance writing as a way to fund a PhD My first book A Sweeter Prejudice came out in 1991 and since then I've written a further 59 books some of which have won awards in the US and the UK I live in York a historic city in the north of England and waste the best part of my days planning trips away or on

9 thoughts on “Outback Boss City Bride

  1. StMargarets StMargarets says:

    Heroine is the city girl who learns to love cooking three suare meals plus smoko for all the men Hero is the taciturn owner of a dusty faded elegance mansion and an Outback cattle station He has trust issues because his city girl mother abandoned the family when he was 12Have we read this scenario before? We haveBut there is something comforting in knowing how this one is going to turn out They have nothing in common but they get together once the heroine cleans the house sorts out the paperwork takes care of the hero’s niece and nephew and watches a few dazzling sunsets with the hero The reason the heroine is at the hero’s station is what breaks them up for the black moment Heroine’s sister’s ex boyfriend and the man heroine thought she was in love with is in a coma and hearing the sister’s voice might bring him around Heroine will do anything for her sister’s ex including flying from London to the Outback and taking her sister’s place as the hero’s housekeeper Once the boyfriend wakes up he starts asking for the heroine Hero thinks he should let her go Heroine returns to London for a month and then decides she loves the hero enough to live in the Outback the rest of her life for an HEA Yes the carbon footprint is enormous

  2. Kay Kay says:

    4 12 Stars This cover is exactly how I pictured Meredith and Hal; right down to the adorable dimples in Hal's cheeks when he smilesMeredith West had taken on than she bargained for when she traveled to the Australian Outback to find her sister She'd thought it would be a simple matter; find Lucy and the two of them would head home to England where their friend Richard lay in a coma Richard had been pining for Lucy and his family was positive that just hearing Lucy's voice would bring him around But Meredith hadn't expected Lucy's employer's insistence that she complete her six month contract So for Richard's sake Meredith offers to take her sister's place as the rancher's cook housekeeper and nanny to his young nephew and niece Hal Granger doesn't know what to make of the infuriatingly bossy brunette but he has to have someone to take care of his sister's kids while he goes about the business of ranching Meredith is a city girl and he's sure she won't last long; he just hopes it's long enough for Lucy to attend to what she must and comes back Meredith surprises him with the way she rolls up her sleeves and gets on with it and he soon finds he has a lot to like about the sexy brunette in the high heels and skirts He shocks Meredith when he proposes a temporary fling and sees that she is struggling with the temptationThese are wonderful characters And although this book is written primarily from Meredith's point of view there are some brilliantly written scenes from Hal's that give us the essence of who he is and all that he struggles with internally Ms Hart has a uniue voice and makes this story refreshing and one that is uite charming I love her descriptions of Meredith's racing heart those internal acrobats; and Hal's consternation for how much he likes her even though she is exasperating intriguing seductive and often infuriating This is a true gem of a love story

  3. Christy Stewart Christy Stewart says:

    I wanted to read a Harleuin novel and so I picked this one at randomIt was so random that had I read the title I wouldn't have touched it because I hate cowboys and western even in Australia stories but by the time I figured that out I had already started reading and was really enjoying itThe plot is a very melodramatic one One woman falls in love with a man who is in love with her sister and when the sister finds out she runs off and the man is so upset he gets in an accident and ends up in a coma so the woman runs off to find the sister believing she is the only one to wake him with the power of their love but the sister has fallen for a new guy in the place she's hiding out in but is willing to go back for her sister so they trade placesIt's all very soap opera and I fucking love that shitAlso Hart did a great job of creating complex characters that retained believability while still pulling off character development in a limited amount of pagesAnd she made the leading lady and man unattractive which is never ever done and is one of my automatic 5 star ualifiersThe only thing that I have fault with is that after the leading lady and man had sex she was suddenly over all her insecurities It was like that Lifetime spoof they did on Family Guy where the dude goes Over the next hour I'll show you how all your problems can be solved with my penisStill I'll give it 5 stars for the ugly people and the tricking me into reading a cowboy story

  4. Lsy Lsy says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading the love story of Hal and Meredith I didnt mind that the plot may seem not particularly original opposites attract boss housekeeper love triangle gone wrong etc The character build up made by Ms Hart for Hal and Meredith made it a very engaging read Both Hal and Meredith have strong personalities and we had glimpses of their childhood memories which explains their respective take on love and life In this story we are also shown H and h that are very real flaws and all and despite their internal struggles find their way to loving each other I enjoyed the exchange of banters between Hal and Meredith as well as the moments when they find a common ground and start opening up to each other about their thoughts and their past

  5. Esra Esra says:

    Kitaptaki erkek karakterin adı Hal okuyorum okuyorum yok böyle biri diyorum D Sonra dank etti bizimkiler türkçe kelimelerle aynı olan isimleri değiştiriyordu D Sevimli bir hikayeydi ;

  6. Pam Pam says:

    031408TITLEAUTHOR OUTBACK BOSS CITY BRIDE by Jessica HartRATING 4BGENREPUB DATE# OF PGS Romance 2007 186 pgsSERIESSTAND ALONE #1 of Bridegroom Boss duoTIMEPLACE Present Whyman's Creek AustraliaCHARACTERS Hal GrangerRancher Meredith WestBritish free lance editor FIRST LINES That's the man you wantCOMMENTS Sweet romance set in the Outback Meredith travels from the UK to take over for her sister Lucy as cookhousekeeper on a cattle ranch Lucy goes home to help a sick friend Meredith thinks she's in love w Richard in the UK but thinks he loves Lucy Hal her boss is wary of love since his mother left his father for life in the city then his fiance also decided she could not live in the Outback

  7. Natalija Natalija says:

    I really enjoyed this book Both characters come off as normal people strong independent and attractive without being stunningly beautiful or supermodels As far as secondary characters go I was a bit confused on who loves whom who are friends only Despite this minor comment I found this book to be a great read about going after what you want and learning to trust and love again

  8. Dalia Dalia says:

    35 stars

  9. Jacqueline Jacqueline says:

    Great story 2 people find love when 1 of them goes to the outback to fetch her sister back to the city some things don't always work as planned

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