Enter to win one of 20 copies of the exciting new romance by the best-selling author of The Wrong Callahan, Karly Lane!

The story of The Callahans of Stringybark Creek continues…

Griffin Callahan and Olivia Dawson were inseparable. Everyone in town knew it. But when Griff went off to Ag College, Liv told him it was over and fled her family’s farm to study law. Griff had never understood her reasons, but eventually accepted that first loves don’t last. Until now.

Currently back on the farm to help her twin brother with the harvest, Liv is the same gorgeous, laughing, hazel-eyed girl he’d always loved. Yet Griff can sense a difference, an uncertainty playing beneath the surface, that wasn’t there before.

Amid crossed wires, drunken declarations, and families on a mission, will Griff and Liv finally have a second chance? Or will the old saying – if you love someone set them free – become their reality?

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Winners for this competition

  1. A. Ready - QLD
  2. C. MacKenzie - QLD
  3. W. Christidis - WA
  4. B. Celina - VIC
  5. S. Blockley - TAS
  6. C. Newman - WA
  7. K. Suljic - NSW
  8. K. Kermode - QLD
  9. S. Ellwood - TAS
  10. R. Floyd - NSW
  11. M. Carolyn - NSW
  12. S. McGrath - QLD
  13. L. Nolte - NSW
  14. G. Martin - QLD
  15. M. Pennisi - NSW
  16. S. Blake - NSW
  17. M. Manalo - NSW
  18. J. Archer - QLD
  19. K. Berwick - TAS
  20. M. Batchelor - ACT

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  • Scott and Charlene. That mullet. That perm. The romance in suburbia was something we could all relate to.

  • Mary Donaldson and Prince Frederick – a fairy tale in real life!

  • The couple down the street, who always have time for each other and there is always love in their eyes.

  • The Thorn Birds because it was a forbidden & hidden romance between Meaghan O’Cleary & Catholic priest Ralph de Bricassart, in outback Queensland. Meaghan admits her love for
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  • A story about a good friendship that I used to read my daughter when she was little…love it

  • Princess mary and Prince Frederick. Mary is from Tasmania like me and I think that their meeting in a local bar was so romantic and now she’s royalty.

  • My favourite Australian love story is my own, We grew up in the same small town, had mutual friends and our parents knew each other yet didn’t meet until after school finished, when we were meant to. 13 years later we have 3 kids and still going strong.

  • The real love story I like is the lovely couple Nicole Kidman and Keith there is bliss and harmony with their lovely girls

  • The late Colleen McCoulough’s Tim. It is an unconventional love story between a middle aged woman and her handsome 24 year old cognitively impaired gardener. The story is told with such finesse and sensitivity that the reader wants the union to happen.

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  • I have never before read an Australian love story !

  • Since moving to Australia we have 2 foster children under a permanent guardianship order. Those kids are my favourite Australian love story !!

  • Bob hawk and his lover and future wife e Ms d’Alpuget true love until the end of his life

  • Symphony of Seduction: The Great Love Stories of Classical Composers Berlioz should know. He didn’t just hear the symphony when he fell in love with an Irish actress back in 1827, he wrote about it.

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