Are you looking forward to Book 3 of the Porter Sisters' series?
Dru's story is exciting . . . and we meet Ellie and Emma again in Diamond Sky.
DIAMOND SKY will is available below for print and in ebook
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Pan Macmillan Australia
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Books, Babies, Being
Firstly, I think the covers of this series are probably my favourite covers of any books EVER. They are all so beautiful and I think Diamond Sky is my favourite cover! Just beautiful! They really capture the landscape perfectly and just look so gorgeous!Loved the premise of this one. I knew nothing about diamond mining before, so I feel like I have had a bit of education along with a great read!
I was captivated by the unfolding of the rugged and vast backdrop for this romantic story: the remote Kimberley region of Australia with its unexpected beauty and deadly natural challenges made for an inspirational stage. The Kimberley can be a haven for those who can stand the heat, but its isolated beauty can also be deadly, if you're not paying attention...
All the World's a Page
Hey Said Renee
Evocative descriptions, engaging characters and edge-of-your-seat suspense, this outback romance will keep you turning pages.
Beauty and Lace
Diamond Sky marks the third and final book in the Porter Sister series and it was an engaging and exciting suspenseful read that fit beautifully with the other two books. A captivating read that brings the Porter Sisters series to a close, and leaves me hoping there might be another family member floating that will bring us back into their world.
In the Good Books Blog
The cast of characters are diverse, and I thought Dru was a really determined, strong woman, particularly when put under pressure.
The elements of mystery and romance appealed greatly to me. And how breath-taking is the book cover?!
If you enjoy rural fiction packed with secrets and thrills, then I urge you to read Diamond Sky.
The remote Matsu diamond mine in the Kimberley is the perfect place for engineer Dru Porter to hide. Her insignificance in that vast and rugged landscape helps her feel invisible. And safe. Surely the terror she left behind in Dubai will never find her here.
Security specialist Connor Kirk knows from experience that beautiful women are capable of treachery. When he arrives at Matsu to investigate a diamond theft, he immediately suspects the reclusive but obviously capable Dru Porter. He knows she's hiding something.
As Connor's investigation deepens and Dru's past catches up with her, their instant, mutual dislike threatens to blind them to the true danger lurking in the mine, one which could leave them both at the mercy of the desert...