When a little girl goes missing, an entire town comes together to find her ...
When Tia Walsh rides into the small town of Coorah Creek on a Harley-Davidson, Sergeant Max Delaney senses that everything about her spells trouble. But Tia's trouble is not all of her own making, and the dangerous past she tried to leave behind is hot on her heels.
Sarah Travers has returned home after three years of college to find that her parents have been keeping a devastating secret. Her childhood crush, Pete Rankin, is facing his own struggle with a harsh reality that will take him away from the girl and the life that he loves.
Tia, Max, Sarah and Pete are all trying to find their future, but when a little girl goes missing in the harsh outback, nothing else matters except finding her safe ...
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Two romances for one
Two women arrive at Coorah Creek, a small isolated town in the outback of Australia. Tia is a woman attempting to escape her past. Sarah is a woman who has to face family troubles of the present. As they try to settle into their new jobs within the community and face their problems, new friendships are made as love finds them in the form of two men, Max and Pete. Then a little girl goes missing..
This is book 4 of the Coorah Creek series. It is a contemporary romance, which can be read on its own or out of order from the others. Gover gives us two romances for the price of one, yet neither story is watered down. Each romance is gently built and believable. When both couples find themselves working together to find a young girl who has gone missing, the two stories effortlessly come together.
Little Girl Lost is a lovely, clean romance, which brings the dry heat of the Australian outback into your living room and keeps you turning the pages with concern that Tia’s past is going to come back to haunt her. This is a romance with a little mystery and thriller mixed in, but at its heart is the community of Coorah Creek, which Gover describes so well that you feel you too could visit the local watering hole, order a burger and chat to them all as if they were your friends too. Well worth a read.
I received a free ARC from NetGalley for an honest review.