'After backbreaking years spent building up his Outback cattle station, Matthew Carlyle was ready for family life. With little time for courting, he'd advertised in the paper, and one reply in particular stood out. Why was the beautiful Cassie Stirling, of all people, applying to become his wife?
'He knew her privileged background and, although he believed her claim to want marriage - children - as much as he did, he couldn't imagine her adapting to isolated Outback life. Besides, Cassie deserved the best and he was a man with a scandal in his past. But then, Cassie was hising a secret of her own...' (Publisher's blurb)Richmond : Mills and Boon , 1999
'Gray Henderson doesn't want some city-bred Englishwoman staying on his cattlestation–especially with a baby! But he can hardly refuse them shelter when Clare Marshall claims the little girl is his brother's child…
'Clare has risked everything to bring her baby niece to the hot, dusty Australian Outback, and now she wants to stay until Gray's brother is found. But working as Gray's housekeeper is perhaps not the best solution…given that she's starting to wish she was his wife!'
Source: Publisher's blurb.Richmond : Mills and Boon , 2000