'The pain went straight to her heart
'Excluded from her father's will, Laura was banished from her home by her cold unfeeling stepmother.
'Fate offered a solution in the form of Blaise Hunter, but he accepted her as his young daughter's governess. The dynamic boss of the cattle station doubted Laura, a fragile beauty, could cope with the harsh outback.
'Laura, too, had doubts. Not of the land but of the man, who, instinct warned her, could cause her far greater suffering. ' (Publication summary)London : Mills and Boon , 1982
'Amanda-Jayne wasn't looking for a husband - but, if she had been, she certainly wouldn't have picked Reb! He had a reputation for many things, but being a family man wasn't one of them. Only now, after one reckless night of passion, he was about to become the father of her child...'
(Source: back cover, 1999 Sydney edition)Richmond : Harlequin Mills and Boon , 1999