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The Plains of Promise

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Regan's every look made her tingle!

Gwayne and her friends were looking forward to spending a month at Brad's cousin's sheep ranch. New to the Australian Outback, Gwayne was eager to take it all in.

But when they arrived, it seemed that four weeks there would be four too many! Brad and his cousin, Regan, didn't get along.

And Gwayne could see why Regan Fairfax rubbed Brad the
Paperback, Harlequin Romance, #2283, 188 pages
Published September 1979 by Harlequin (first published March 1979)
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If you run across this one at a garage sale or used book store, pick it up. Its good, not quite a diamond in the rough but an amethyst at the very least.

The gist is that Warren, Donna, and Gwayne (GWAYNE!!!) are taking a trip to Brad's cousin's (Regan) sheep ranch in the Outback.

Warren and Donna are an item and Brad and Gwayne (GWAYNE!!!) are an item. When they get to the ranch Brad starts throwing attitude around because it's always the Brads that have attitudes (he's also jealous of his cousin
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Kerry Allyne
Mar 25, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
A four week holiday in the outback; something Gwayne had always wished for but the Plains of Promise offered her more than love…
Oct 24, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

Could going on a 4 week holiday be so life changing? for Gwayne it is. Falling in love is only one event. A true happy ending.
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Kerry Allyne was born in England, UK. Her early childhood was uneventful, she remembered, until her father came home one day and began talking about emigrating to Australia. When they eventually arrived in Australia, Kerry took to her new land with a passion. During the family's first years "down under," she explored as much of the country as she could, journeying northward into Queensland and out ...more