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He guards his heart. She yields to no man. Will a chance encounter set a course for true love?
Noah McGuire buries his demons deep inside. But when he’s forced to return home to Brigadier Station to collect his inheritance, he can no longer avoid digging up his painful past. With the wounds of childhood trauma reopened, his world plunges into darkness until a beautiful pilot sets his heart afire.
Riley Sinclair isn’t afraid to fly against the wind. While the spunky helicopter pilot’s cattle herding business ruffles the feathers of most men, the handsome Noah seems different. But as demand for her skills grows, she worries that giving into passion could keep her dreams grounded.
As their chemistry soars, an unexpected tragedy throws their lives and their budding romance into a tailspin.
Can Noah and Riley leave their baggage behind to let love fly free?
The Sky over Brigadier Station is the second standalone book in the captivating Brigadier Station Western romance series. If you like flawed characters, simmering scenes, and stunning Australian and New Zealand settings, then you’ll love Sarah Williams’ rugged tale.
Buy The Sky over Brigadier Station to watch love take flight today.
The Sky over Brigadier Station is the second in the Brigadier Station series which is set near Julia Creek in the isolated Queensland Outback of Australia.
Each book in the Brigadier Station series can be read as a STANDALONE:
* The Brothers of Brigadier Station
* The Sky over Brigadier Station
* The Legacies of Brigadier Station
* Christmas at Brigadier Station
“Sarah Williams has crafted an entertaining rural romance set on a sprawling cattle property in North Queensland. It’s an enjoyable read with plenty of drama and relatable characters” Helene Young
If you like small town, country and rural romance from authors like Bella Andre, Melody Grace, Maisey Yates, Johanna Lyndsey, Nora Roberts and Diana Palmer then you'll love this short read.
Similar in style to Barbara Hannay, Cathryn Hein, Annie Seaton, Fiona McArthur, Victoria Purman, Fiona Palmer and Tricia Stringer.