The Wool King




      The Wool King
If you defy me, girl, there ll be trouble.Tracey shrugged off Ryan s warning indignantly As far as she was concerned the Alexanders could keep their precious money, and their guardianship She was her own mistress, and she planned to stay that way But Ryan wasn t about to let Tracey rule her own life She would spend the next two years on his Outback sheep station, and that s all there was to it.There was no way, however, that Tracey would accept Ryan s domination meekly. New Read Books The Wool King By Kerry Allyne – heartforum.co.uk

Kerry Allyne was born in England, UK Her early childhood was uneventful, she remembered, until her father came home one day and began talking about emigrating to Australia When they eventually arrived in Australia, Kerry took to her new land with a passion During the family s first years down under, she explored as much of the country as she could, journeying northward into Queensland and out onto the Great Barrier Reef, and sometimes south through New South Wales into Victoria As a adult she returned to England for a short time A long working holiday enabled her to travel the world before returning to Australia where she met her engineer husband to be, and they had a couple of children The family eventually moved to a rural area and she started to write She used the people and countryside as inspiration for her romances She was published by Mills Boon from 1976 to 1994.

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  • Paperback
  • 191 pages
  • The Wool King
  • Kerry Allyne
  • English
  • 16 December 2018
  • 0263726932

10 thoughts on “ The Wool King

  1. Miki says:

    Another prize from the library sale Written in 1977, this book is a pip It s full of temper tantrums, foot stampings, and I ll show you s The heroine is a 20 year old brat in a woman s body, determined to have her own way at all costs The hero is a male chauvinist pig of the first order In short, it s a match made in heaven After the death of her step father, Tracy and her half sister are left to the guardianship of Ryan, a 30 year old man A LOT of money is at stake but she is willing Another prize from the library sale Written in 1977, this book is a pip It s full of temper tantrums, foot stampings, and I ll show you s The heroine is a 20 year old brat in a woman s body, determined to have her own way at all costs The hero is a male chauvinist pig of the first order In short, it s a match made in heaven After the death of her step father, Tracy and her half sister are left to the guardianship of Ryan, a 30 year old man A LOT of money is at stake but she is willing to give it all up remain independent and to hang out with her current beau who happens to be married Ryan is determined to save her from being a whore, and to control her There s a least one fight argument tiff on every page, each one about the level of your ave...

  2. Miriam says:

    One of the most blantantly sexist books I ve ever read The domineering, caveman fantasy is overbearingly annoying From my point of view, as a modern, queer reader, there was little to redeem this book The characters were painte...

  3. Julz says:

    3.5 stars An angsty wrist gripper More to come.

  4. Kerry Allyne says:

    The terms of her father s will were outrageous and Tracey was not going to tolerate having a stranger as her guardian dictating the conditions of her life for the next two years, even if that stranger was family.http www. THE WOO...

  5. Tonya Warner says:

    Finding out after the death of her step father that his estranged family were now her guardian did not sit well with twenty year old Tracey Having to answer to the arrogant cousin of her half sister, Tracey fought him ever...

  6. Danielle says:

    My Grandmother gave me about 50 old Harliqin Romances They are quick fun reads That are usually pretty clean Although you can only read one or two in a row before the my darlings get to you They all have a very simliar story Girl and Guy meet, hate each other, but...

  7. Toni-Lea Chin says:

    Only on page 45 and I can go no further Heroine seems like a major brat which is not something I look for in leading roles Plus the author used the red hair equals feisty trope which is seriously overplayed Dislike the word feisty in harlequin novels.

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