- File Size: 996 KB
- Print Length: 345 pages
- Publisher: MIRA (August 1, 2017)
- Publication Date: July 24, 2017
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06VST8LPV
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #366,708 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The House On Jindalee Lane (Swallow's Fall) Kindle Edition
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Ryan was in love with Edie but it appeared she didn’t return his feelings. But Edie was also in love with Ryan – their communication – or lack of it – was troubled with the pair arguing on a regular basis. But Edie was determined to have success with her little production and while Ryan was happy to help her achieve her goals, he was also frustrated by what was happening. But it was when danger approached the small town, and Edie, that Ryan’s time and position in the forces came to the fore.
What would happen when the play suddenly seemed to imitate real life? And would the two friends ever become more than “just friends”?
The House on Jindalee Lane is the first in a new series (Daughters of Swallow’s Fall) for Aussie author Jennie Jones. This one is filled with characters from Jones’ highly successful Swallow’s Fall series so it was like catching up with old friends. I did feel there was too much internal dialogue running through this one, and will admit to skimming in places. But that said, I have no hesitation in recommending The House on Jindalee Lane to fans of the author, as well as rural romance fans.
Edie has arrived home after a spot of bother with a big producer in Sydney she is worried not only about herself but her family as well, she is living in the house her parents have given her and has decided to put on a play that she has written and had success with a comedy Who Shot the Producer and is calling in the help of the 182 residents of Swallow’s Falls. This also means Ryan the guy she has always had a big attraction for and with danger around every corner this brings them closer together.
Ryan has left the army, it is now time to find a place to settle down he has plans to help families but for the moment he has heard that Edie is back in town so that is where he is going maybe he can convince Edie that they should be together but with the problems with the producer he is keeping her safe and getting closer that pull from their younger days has never left.
There is a lot going on in this story I really liked Ryan from the start he is a patient hero and so very protective and caring, Edie can be a bit frustrating her feelings were a little hard to pin down for me, but there where laughs getting this play together with the townsfolk and with danger and a producer who thought he could just walk all over people this added to the story. I am looking forward to the next book in this series and a re-visit to Swallow’s Falls.
Review copy received from Harlequin Australia via Netgalley