Bushranger's Mountain

It seemed the fulfillment of a cherished dreamWhen Leith won a lottery and bought a rundown farm in Tasmania, she thought she finally had the time to devote herself to her pottery.But the farm presented problems too big for Leith to handle alone, and the only neighbor she could rely on to help her was that arrogant male chauvinist, Mace Benedict.She might as well sell up nIt seemed the fulfillment of a cherished dreamWhen Leith won a lottery and bought a rundown farm in Tasmania, she thought she finally had the time to devote herself to her pottery.But the farm presented problems too big for Leith to handle alone, and the only neighbor she could rely on to help her was that arrogant male chauvinist, Mace Benedict.She might as well sell up now and move back to the city, where she could control her own life
Bushranger s Mountain It seemed the fulfillment of a cherished dreamWhen Leith won a lottery and bought a rundown farm in Tasmania she thought she finally had the time to devote herself to her pottery But the farm present

  • Title: Bushranger's Mountain
  • Author: Victoria Gordon
  • ISBN: 9780373027149
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Bushranger's Mountain”

    1. I really liked this! Leigh is an independent woman bent on making a career in pottery for herself and Mace was her equal. I really liked scenes where she developed the kiln and and worked on her pieces.

    2. Leith's impulsive buy of a run-down back-country farm with lottery winnings to escape from the big city (in this case, Sydney, Australia) and give her space to work her art as a professional potter would appeal to all us back-to-the-farm folk. The challenges she runs in to wood stove that belches smoke into the house clogged well chickens who hide their eggs and sheep who escape their pens were all light-hearted and laughable. The neighbors are, well, neighborly, and the run-down old farmhou [...]

    3. I didn't realise until I reached the ending that the author of this romance novel is a man! However, he makes a pretty good fist of the plot which is a traditional story of the mid-1980s.Leith, the heroine, blessed with a reasonable lottery win, retreats to the mountains of Tasmania (and who wouldn't want to retreat there, it's gorgeous) to buy a small farm and set up a pottery.The hero, Mac, is of course macho, rich, gorgeous - was there ever a romantic hero who wasn't, bless their little cotto [...]

    4. As usual, boy meets girl, acts aloof, they seem to not get along very well, but in the end boy gets girl. It was an okay read, it seems as though the ending was rushed and not as detailed as the beginning.

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