My Illustrated Review – The Aussie Next Door by Stefanie London
Stefanie London – The Aussie Next Door
Angie Donovan has left America and a past she doesn’t want to think about to come to Australia. Specifically, Patterson’s bluff – where she’s found a home and never wants to leave. Except she has to, her visa is a ticking clock and unless she can find someone to marry her, she’s out. Marriage of convenience isn’t an option, but marriage for love certainly would be.
Jace Walters grew up knowing he was a little different from the rest of his large and unwieldly family. Settled with a great job creating a successful comic strip and living by himself, the last thing he needs is a distraction in the form of his sexy neighbour, Angie.
Throw in dog sitting of two delightful dogs, a small town community that welcomes everyone and an obnoxious tight-knit family – well it’s one hell of a book. I literally laughed out loud, multiple times, whilst reading this on a flight to Melbourne. There was a part of me that wanted to hire a car and go searching for Patterson’s bluff the moment I arrived – it felt that real and welcoming.
This book was the perfect combination of heat and heart and I simply couldn’t put it down. I can’t wait for the next book in the Patterson’s Bluff series.
Below is my sketch of Jace, Angie, Tilly & Truffle