Under the Southern Cross

The vast, forbidding Australian Outback the grandeur of Ayers Rock legendary Alice Springs the Great Barrier Reef the primal beauty of Cape Tribulation Two women, from different continents, with different values, collide with spectacular results UNDER THE SOUTHERN CROSS.American Lee Paynter has built her Small travel agency into an international tour companyThe vast, forbidding Australian Outback the grandeur of Ayers Rock legendary Alice Springs the Great Barrier Reef the primal beauty of Cape Tribulation Two women, from different continents, with different values, collide with spectacular results UNDER THE SOUTHERN CROSS.American Lee Paynter has built her Small travel agency into an international tour company Brash, confident, openly lesbian, her great love is her business Women They re to enjoy and let go.Alexandra Findlay is pursuing a career in Australian tourism with quiet focus and determination, convinced that her career is the best she can hope for in her arid, closeted emotional existence.Now Alex has been assigned to accompany Lee on the American woman s visit Down Under, to win Lee s company over to Australian tourism Suddenly Alex s quiet life explodes And Lee is challenged by a woman unlike any she has ever known.
Under the Southern Cross The vast forbidding Australian Outback the grandeur of Ayers Rock legendary Alice Springs the Great Barrier Reef the primal beauty of Cape Tribulation Two women from different continents with diffe

  • Title: Under the Southern Cross
  • Author: Claire McNab
  • ISBN: 9781594930294
  • Page: 285
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Under the Southern Cross”

    1. I love Claire McNab's books and this story was no exception. The only thing I can say I didn't like was that it ended too soon and I would have liked to have learned more about the characters. That saidAlex, or Alexandra as her boss Sir Frederick insists on calling her, works for a travel/tourism resort in Australia and her job for the next couple weeks is to escort Lee Paynter around to ensure her future business. Lee owns her own travel agency and is in Australia to expand her business by incl [...]

    2. The lesbian version of a Harlequin romance, except it's written much better than most romances, lesbian or Harlequin. It's kind of amusing to read an Aussie author, because she uses the more formal British style of English rather than the casual American style. Still, overall it's a decent read.

    3. This was a really quick read. The scenery was dreamy (I need to visit one day!) and the characters were somewhat relatable. It was a very cute love story, but I found it was a bit repetitive. Why is Alex so attached so quickly?! Besides that, I enjoyed reading this book.

    4. Very fast read. Great descriptions of Australia, which makes me want to go there sooner. I will read more from Claire McNab in the future.

    5. Trashy lesbian romance novel. Sometimes you just gotta read stuff like this. Predictable, but fun. Like bad television--you won't remember it a few days from now, but it's fun while it lasts.

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