'The scar that marked Andrew Dalwin's face was a slight thing compared to the scar that a woman's fickleness had left on his heart and his feelings. How Trina Meriton overcame his suspicion and distrust and brought him back to happiness is told in a pleasant story, set in Australia. Is Trina Meriton the woman to give him back joy?' (Publisher's blurb)London : Mills and Boon , 1975
'To take her mind off the tragic death of her father, Corinne Briant went to work on Bahl Bahla, the great cattle station in the Outback.
'There she met Kiall Ballantine, who thought her just a society orchid and misinterpreted the reason for her unhappiness. It was the beginning of a tempestuous relationship.' (Publication summary)London : Mills and Boon , 1978
'Belle Amber had always been part of Karen Hartmann's life, and now she was living there again it was dearer to her than anything or anyone else - except Guy Amber.
'Guy was Guy, a man of immense charisma, but nobody had warned Karen about Celia, the exquisite figure with a heart of ice...' (Publication summary)London Toronto : Mills and Boon , 1979
'Adrienne Brent's home situation was hardly a happy one, with her father absorbed in his glamorous new young second wife, who barely troubled to conceal her jealousy and dislike of Adrienne. So she took a job as secretary at the outback station of Saranga as a means of escape. Saranga boasted a beautiful old homestead, all colonial elegance, of mellow sandstone and white cast-iron lace, framed in cloudy jacaranda trees – paradise on earth, in fact! Even its owner, Grant Manning, was in keeping with the heavenly surroundings – handsome, clever, and a man to contend with. Adrienne had escaped from one difficult situation, but didn't it look as if she had got herself straight into another?' (Publication summary)London : Mills and Boon , 1979
'Paige Norton's friendship with Joel Benedict was progressing very satisfactorily. In fact, it had reached the stage of his "taking her home to meet the family".
'Home was Koombala, the vast Benedict cattle empire in the middle of the Australian Outback. The family was Joel's stepbrother Ty Benedict, the Boss of Koombala. Paige hadn't much liked the sound of Ty when Joel had first told her about him – and when she actually met Ty she liked the reality even less. He was hard and autocratic and seemed to have little time for her.
'The last thing she wanted was to find her-self falling in love with him .. ' (Publication summary)London : Mills and Boon , 1980