- By Mandy Magro

Rosalee Station

  • Title: Rosalee Station
  • Author: Mandy Magro
  • ISBN: 9781921518584
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rosalee Station Sarah Clarke s dream is to experience life in the real outback When her boyfriend Brad offers her a job with him on Rosalee Station she can t believe her luck But within days of arriving her relatio

    Sarah Clarke s dream is to experience life in the real outback When her boyfriend Brad offers her a job with him on Rosalee Station, she can t believe her luck But within days of arriving, her relationship is in tatters, and the dream is fast losing its lustre.Sarah stays on to prove herself in the unforgiving land, earning the admiration of Matt, the station owners sonSarah Clarke s dream is to experience life in the real outback When her boyfriend Brad offers her a job with him on Rosalee Station, she can t believe her luck But within days of arriving, her relationship is in tatters, and the dream is fast losing its lustre.Sarah stays on to prove herself in the unforgiving land, earning the admiration of Matt, the station owners son Beneath the wide outback skies, the pair are irresistibly drawn to each other, until a stolen kiss leads to disaster Sarah leaves Rosalee, convinced she ll never see Matt again but fate has a way of intervening From the thrill of mustering cattle to the wild adrenaline of a country rodeo, this passionate love story takes you to the very heart of the Australian outback.

    1 thought on “Rosalee Station

    1. Rosalee Station is lovely rural romance with a twist. One day Sarah Clarke realised her dream to work on a large rural cattle station when her boyfriend recommends her to be a cook on Rosalee Station. However, Sarah dream did not go to plan. Readers of Rosalee Station will follow Sarah see what happens and does she achieve her goals. I loved reading Rosalee Station. Mandy Magro does an excellent job of describing the life on a large isolated cattle station that allows the readers to imagine livi [...]

    2. I'm so sorry! I tried to like this book and I didexcept I was so annoyed whenever the characters opened their mouths! I got so irked by the constant colloquialisms and then the clunky way the author would explain their meaning to the uninitiated. I couldn't read past Chapter 6, just dreaded picking it up. Againrry but I'd read Heart Of Gold 100 times before looking at this againat's how to write an Australian story without making everyone Captain Ocker.

    3. Sarah Clarke is happy on her family's property, but what she really wants is to experience life in the outback. When her boyfriend Brad, offers an opportunity to be a bush cook for for a couple of months at Rosalee Stattion in the outback, she jumps at the chance. Happy to be there, her happiness doesn't last long, but the station owner's son Matt, can't help but admire her for her hard work and grit. Sarah also admire's Matt, but can anything come of their mutual admiration?I loved this book an [...]

    4. I really enjoyed this book! It made me feel as though I was right there in the country with all the characters. I would most definitely recommend this Rosalee Station to others as it was a great read! 😊

    5. I enjoyed this book by Mandy Magro . It was a great read about two young people finding love when they least expect it. When they are both in other relationship that are having problems but with the help of friends and family they both find the way to each other. A bit of Aussie slang is the the book as well as the story is set out on the Australian Outback.

    6. This was a great story, but I did find the amount of Aussie Slang a bit over used. Obviously being an Australian I knew what it all meant, but would think that anyone from overseas would have had a problem with some of it. I enjoyed the characters in the story and found them quite genuine. Looking forward to reading more by this Author.

    7. I really enjoyed this book in the end! For the first half I found the "ockerisms" painful ! Tring too hard with the Aussie slang ! The author seemed to settle down in the end and then, I loved it!

    8. Fantastic story, I highly recommend Mandy's books to anybody who likes to read Australian rural romance. :)

    9. Sarah Clarke loved working on her parents’ mango farm alongside her brother Daniel and dad Jack; but she also wanted to explore more of Australia’s countryside. When her boyfriend Brad arrived from Rosalee Station for a quick visit, he had an offer from the station’s owners for Sarah to be camp cook for the four months duration of the cattle muster. Sarah was over the moon – sorry to leave her parents at their busy time, nevertheless, they were very supportive of her dreams.After sixteen [...]

    10. This review was first posted @ The Australian BookshelfSarah Clarke is a fun, Aussie, larrikin who lives on her parent’s farm and isn’t afraid to get her hands dirty. When her boyfriend of one year offers her a job as the cook at Rosalee Station in the Australian outback she jumps on the opportunity to spend four months learning the ropes of a mustering farm. On her first week on the farm, Sarah’s relationship ends and he leaves her behind. She decides to stay on the farm and make the most [...]

    11. Reviewed by DanielleBook provided by author for reviewRosalee Station had the potential to be quite a good book, but, unfortunately, it didn’t even come close to reaching its potential. The plot idea for the novel was an interesting one, but it wasn’t explored thoroughly enough. This combined with the predictability of the resolution, which was caused by the absolute lack of plot twists, is what mainly let the novel down.However, Rosalee Station might have been less of a disappointment had t [...]

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