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Outback Yearnings - A Woman Down Under #0 - cover

Outback Yearnings - A Woman Down Under #0

K'Anne Meinel

Publisher: Shadoe Publishing

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Forced into marriage with a much older man after her father catches her in the arms of her female lover, Abigail accepts her lot in life in order to save her family.  The love of her life is long gone, cast from her life by her selfless decision, and she must accept that the men in her life—her father and now, her husband—are in control and will do with her as they please. 
But after an untimely accident, as her husband lies dying, Abigail realizes there might be a glimmer of hope that she could go free.  Will she be strong enough to overcome the obstacles life is putting up and find a way back to the arms of the woman she is yearning for?

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