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The Girl In Steel-Capped Boots (2012)

by Loretta Hill(Favorite Author)
4.03 of 5 Votes: 1
Bantam Press
review 1: Although I found this book a little hard to get into by the time I got to the middle I couldn't put it down. Set in the Pilbara it's full of interesting characters not least the protagonist Lena and her love interest Dan. Both have layers that don't immediately appear and the way Hill reveals more about their respective pasts definitely kept me turning the pages. An easy read but with enough depth to keep me hooked I really enjoyed the different setting and look forward to reading the next book The Girl In The Hard Hat.
review 2: This is one of my fave genres at the moment. Chick-lit Australian Romances. I enjoy reading about my own beautiful Sunburnt Country and especially an area that I don't really know much about. I found Lena to be a very likeable characte
... morer and I could sympathise with her anxiousness and feelings being in such a male dominated environment, but it was great to see her develop and realise and strong and talented she really is. Of course Dan, well picturing him is definitely easy to do and very much a dreamboat. All in all loving the whole genre. About to start reading the follow up book The Girl in the Hard Hat. less
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A very easy, delightful read. Loose morals, but an easy, no brainer read. Enjoyed it :)
Fantastic! Loved it. Couldn't put it down!
Beautifully written romance
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