Ever since her parents passed away in a tragic car accident, Eden Cross has been living a quiet, stable and predictable life in inner Sydney – the total opposite of her carefree, relaxed, happy-go-lucky past. Her parents passing and the fact she’s an only child meant Eden was left with her best friend, Jules and Matt, her boyfriend of three years as her only family. That was until she discovered something about Matt that would turn her life upside down. Eden leaves Sydney in a hurry and begins an adventure that takes her across four Australian states before she lands in Pine Creek, Northern Territory.
Jackson Henley has lived in Pine Creek his entire life. He runs a massive cattle and cropping station with his twin brother, Jeremy, which they inherited when their parents retired. He’s had a bad experience with relationships courtesy of The Bitch - Dannika, so lately he’s preferred to play the field. That is, until he comes face to face with the stunning brunette beauty who’s behind the bar at the Cow and Calf. The problem is, she won’t tell him her name, she won’t give him the time of day, and she won’t give him a chance to prove himself.
What’s it going to take for Eden to give Jackson a chance? Does he have the patience to even bother fighting for her? How will he handle the competition?
In the end, will Jackson have what it takes to convince Eden to start living again, instead of just existing?
Throughly enjoyed this book! Loved Edie and Jacks journey! Thought Jack might have been a bit cocky but he’s really a big soft hunk! I was laughing out loud at some of Edie’s phrases! They deserve each other and a happy ending! Thanks for sharing their story😊
Unbreakable (Down Under Cowboy Series) - Book One
I really loved reading this book from the beginning to the end. I love the storyline that it has to it and definitely can't wait to read the rest of the series. Ahhhh so excited and would definitely recommend this to any romance lover :)
This book brings out so many emotions and it was a great read I would recommend to many. I think the way that 'Ace' ignores Jackson for so long is an amazing piece of work in this amazing book.