Victoria Brookman

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Blue Mountains-based author of Burnt Out (HarperCollins Australia, Jan 2022). Big fan of trees.

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Burnt Out by Victoria Brookman. (2022).

**Thank you to Harlequin Australia for sending me a free advance readers copy of this novel; published 5 January 2022**

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"Based on the blurb, I assumed this would be your standard romance book - twenty-something has a bad break up, oh no! bushfire burns her house down! rich billionaire takes her in, romance ensues.

This book is not that simple.

Cali is a 23 year old wri" Read more of this review »
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"Victoria Brookman’s debut novel Burnt Out is an intriguing combination of contemporary romance and at times darkly humourous social commentary. Some may class the latter element satire, but on reflection, I actually felt this story is a more authenti" Read more of this review »
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Friedrich Nietzsche
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Friedrich Nietzsche, Twilight of the Idols

I believe that everything happens for a reason. People change so that you can learn
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