Watershed

Watershed She left home to find herselfd found love along the way Maggie isn t looking for love on her backpacking trip through Australia She s got enough man troubles back in Ireland Australia is her escape a

  • Title: Watershed
  • Author: C.D.Brennan
  • ISBN: 9780989083201
  • Page: 146
  • Format: Paperback
  • She left home to find herselfd found love along the way.Maggie isn t looking for love on her backpacking trip through Australia She s got enough man troubles back in Ireland Australia is her escape, a place of adventure where she can create memories to last a lifetime.But some memories won t be left behind.Gray is ready to quit hiring backpackers to help with the woShe left home to find herselfd found love along the way.Maggie isn t looking for love on her backpacking trip through Australia She s got enough man troubles back in Ireland Australia is her escape, a place of adventure where she can create memories to last a lifetime.But some memories won t be left behind.Gray is ready to quit hiring backpackers to help with the work on his remote Queensland cattle station when Maggie turns up She s just passing through, but the connection they forge during the long nights herding cattle won t be so easily cast asideNTENT WARNING A strong willed Irish heroine, a stubborn Australian hero, and oceans of difference to bridge for love.

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    1. This was such a sweet story. And look! You can read it here on !At first I though "Woah! This is moving FAST!" and was a little worried by how fast they fell for each other. But a few pages later I totally understood why it happened on both parts. It was right for it to happen like that.I loved the turmoil of both characters caused by their own assumptions of each other. It was a real strength that in this story it felt so REAL. Fergus was a right dick and I was so glad when Maggie stood up to h [...]

    2. Irish Australian romance seems to be in fashion. I recently reviewed a romance by a young Australian author about an Aussie girl and an Irish fellow. That one took place in Ireland. This romance takes place in Australia, except this time, the lady's Irish and the boy is an Aussie.As a writer, Cd Brennan is powerful. Lucid and articulate, she brings the outback of Australia alive with her vivid descriptive powers. She uses Australian terms throughout the book in a way that arouses the non-Austral [...]

    3. Watershed Cd Brennan I received this via publisher in return for an honest review. I don't gush and give false praise – I don't believe that helps readers or authors so what you read is what I truly feel about a book. The description gets it pretty right as far as the stories go, and Maggie is a likeable lady. Escaping to Australia for a while sounds like something I’d have wanted to do – my parents were quite controlling too and I was always expected to do what they wanted. Luckily it nev [...]

    4. This was a vibrant tale of love in the Australian bush. Maggie is looking for adventure, leaving a quasi-fiance behind in Ireland, along with her parents' dairy farm. A trip to Australia results in time as a working guest at a cattle ranch in the Outback. There, she meets Gray, and sparks immediately fly. These two trade barbs with such zing and color it's impossible not to fall in love with both. The chemistry between them works on multiple levels. Whether, they're arguing, working side-by side [...]

    5. Lovely Irish lass Maggie has left Ireland to travel Australia. However, the normal tourist sites left her feeling as if she were still missing out on discovering the true Australia. When she gets invited to work on a cattle station instead of continue her meaningless travel with other tourists, she doesn't hesitate. Well, maybe she has a doubt or two when the bus drops her off on the side of the road in the middle of nowhere and she waits in the hot sun for her friend's daughter to pick her up a [...]

    6. Maggie is a great character. Witty, down to Earth, and willing to try new things, I think she embodies what many women strive to be. She is a bit down on her luck when the story begins, but is immediately attracted to Gray, the brusque rancher who is tired of all the backpackers that pass through his land. However, she soon shows him that she is capable of carrying her own weight--despite being bitten by a snake and not having any experience with cattle herding.Gray is what all romance heroes sh [...]

    7. An Australian Outback experience, and finding love along the way.Cd Brennan's Watershed is a fabulous debut. It brings the drought stricken plains of the Outback to vivid life in the tale of a young Irish woman’s backpacking trip through Australia.Maggie is looking to escape her man troubles back in Ireland, to find adventure where no one knows her. And then she meets Gray, a hunky Australian cattle station owner who is as stubborn as she is feisty.Be prepared to experience the stunning backdr [...]

    8. FIVE STARS!!! *Got an ARC in exchange for an honest review.*OMG! I cant believe I finished this book in just a few hours! I loved their story! "What is for you wont pass you by." I loved that both characters are like two puzzles that fit together. They complement each other.H: At first I though Gray would be the annoying brooding male lead but I was glad that's not entirely the case. I loved that he felt hexed by Maggie, I dunno why.h: I loved that Maggie went out of her shell to find herself an [...]

    9. Hmmm I was not sure how to rate this, but here it is 3.3 stars!This was quite a good read maybe better than good. But I fear that because it was short (at least for me) it felt like it was a bit abrupt. The main characters didn't get the chance at a proper interaction. They had a few incidents and nothing that major. Most of the book they were away from each other or regarding one another from afar; anticipating the next move. So, there was a lot of anticipation and a lot less interaction.Loved [...]

    10. This is a lovely quick-reading romance that pulls you into the story and makes you want to read more. I loved the descriptions of life in the Australian Outback, and combined with a smattering of Irish culture and vernacular, I felt like I had taken a trip abroad! How refreshing to read something that feels so authentic. As a woman, I loved the theme of going after what you want rather than accepting what's given to you. And, it’s sexy without being crude. Maybe the best part about reading thi [...]

    11. This book was a great little read; once I started I just couldn’t put it down. I have never been to Australia, but I got taken a way to a place that I would love to visit. The Chemistry between Maggie & Gray was fantastic and I couldn’t wait to see what happened next. This is a great book that will take you away to somewhere special where you can escape from your life for a moment and watch a true romance unfold. Can’t wait for the next book!

    12. This was a fecking lovely story about an Irish girl & a hot Australian guy. Being Irish myself I found this author got the 'irishness' spot on. It was such a lovely romantic story yet it brought a smile to my face on several occasions. I highly recommend this story Especially if your Irish & a little home-sick. Received this from author in return for an honest review.

    13. I read the books out of order (though it doesn't matter because the characters are different) so this is my second Cd Brennan to have had the pleasure of reading. Once again, she took me away to another place and I couldn't stop reading.I adore these characters. And the premise behind Maggie's travels was perfect. She wasn't wandering aimlessly across the world just for fun, she was also trying to escape home and find strength within herself. This notched up the tension in a believable way. Gray [...]

    14. I received a copy of this for an honest review. The characters in the story are easy to love. Maggie 's attitude with Grey was funny she definetely did not let him walk all over there. It was a great story and the love that blossomed between the two was great. I usually dont read stories with characters from other continents but I was impressed and enjoyed this story.

    15. In Watershed, Cd Brennan crafts an emotionally moving tale of a man and a woman finding the strength in each other that brings peace to their restless souls. Maggie and Gray are well into adulthood, but they aren’t fully formed adults. They project tough fronts – Gray to better seduce the female travelers who drop in at The Gemfields, the station (ranch) he and his brother own in a remote stretch of the Australian Outback, and Maggie to hide the passive, don’t-rock-the-boat core that has k [...]

    16. I was enjoying the book until the ending. it was too abrupt. if it had a better ending I would give it five stars. I guess I would really like to give 3.5 stars but i will round up as I really enjoyed the book their wise. I hope book two is still Maggie and gray story and not someone else's. then the abrupt ending will make more sense even though other series may have a cliff hanger making you want to continue on there is no cliff hanger if I didn't know this was a series one would not now anoth [...]

    17. The Watershed is a book about new love discovered in an unusual (to me) place. In the outback of Australia. I felt like I was there the way Ms. Brennan described the landscape, and the flood was reminiscent of my time in California. Great love story wrapped in the dangers of a beautiful place. I can't wait for book two of this lovely series, A World Apart.

    18. This is a sweet romance (meaning no sex scenes), which I knew going into it, so I was okay with that (well, not really, what can I say? I like more spice in my romances). Even sweet, I enjoyed this book and breezed through it.

    19. Yes, I do think my book is a 5-star, thank you! Not sure if this is ethical, but bugger it, it's my opinion. :-)

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