Review: Grand Parade by Lilliana Rose

Full of fun, romance and a swoonworthy hero, Grand Parade is rural romance at its best.

Megan is a city girl and an aspiring photographer who gets a little bit more than she bargained for while on her first big assignment at the Royal Adelaide Show. Tasked with capturing the agricultural event, she finds herself on the receiving end of a kick from an outraged bull, one who'd really rather be back in the country. Fortunately, the bulls owner, Jackson, is there to offer assistance. As Megan recovers from her injury, the pair become drawn to one another. But can a clueless city girl and a country boy have a future together? 

This was a fun read. In particular, I enjoyed the South Australian setting and the mention of places and events that were familiar to me--the Royal Adelaide Show being the big one of course. The romance between Megan and Jackson tugged at my heartstrings. 


This book was read as part of the Aussie Author Challenge 2019


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