Copyright Tricia McGill 2009* All Rights Reserved
Award winning Australian Author Tricia McGill has a book to satisfy every romance reader's desire.
"I believe this is the best book I have ever read!
I probably think something similar when I finish a book, but I have never before printed the words.
Ms. Tricia McGill keeps enticing us into the story with her wit and charming manner of writing. ..
I urge you to read this winner!
Australia, 1800. Isabella OShea arrives on a prison boat, just one of hundreds of convicts to be sold as a slave in Botany Bay. She hates men, having been raped and then convicted of assault, and she especially hates the English - and she's about to become the indentured servant of a wealthy, ambitious Englishman, a man called 'Tiger'. A man who has decided to make Isabella his own. But he hasn't counted on her fierce pride or her determination to be free, no matter what the cost. Set against a background of the Australian penal colonies and the wild interior, this amazing love story will take you on an unforgettable adventure.
"Blue Haze is a remarkable read. I love how powerful the two main characters excel in this wonderful tale. I can tell Ms. McGill did an extensive search in the making of this historical tale. The setting, the characters, and the sizzling romance between Isabella and Tiger are absolutely captivating."
Cherokee Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance
"I was totally caught up in this story. Time travel is such an unbelievable concept and I often have trouble following it in a story. I thought Tricia McGill wove a colorful tapestry of time travel. One that makes the reader believe it is possible. The characters are so realistic and have such depth to their character. I was drawn to them and wanted to find out if Maddie could ever find Amber and what she would choose to do about Erik.
The romance that blooms between Erik and Maddie is pure and sweet. When they finally made love, I wept with joy. I wasn’t sure if Maddie would stay with Erik or return home with Amber if they found her. The waiting almost did me in. I can’t tell you what happens, but I laughed and cried to the final page.
A masterfully woven tale that transcends the boundaries of time. "
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Who Needs Tomorrow
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Remy, a convicted man, is in love with Sara, the daughter of a wealthy property owner. Even in the prospering colony of New South Wales, it would be far fetched to think he could ever marry her. Sara’s father isn’t Remy’s biggest problem.
With his family and everyone else turned against him, Remy must leave his sister’s property. Sara despairs of ever seeing her love again, while Remy faces overwhelming odds and an ordeal that threatens to strip him of everything; his pride, his strength, his health—even his life. When Remy finally has Sara within his grasp, he is sent to a place where pain and suffering are everyday occurrences.
Will the lovers ever find the happiness they crave?
"Tricia McGill created a story full of passion, adventure, hope, and lost love. REMY is much more than a romance or historical novel. It draws you into the lives of two people, Remy (a convict working on his sister's farm) and Sara (the daughter of a wealthy landowner). The story is set in colonial Australia, when England used the continent as a penal colony. Life was hard, and many didn't even make it to the new land. Remy, short for Jeremy, was one of the lucky ones. His brother-in-law, Tiger, made an arrangement so Remy could work on his farm. Except, Remy destroyed his chance for a timely release from bondage because of his longing for a woman he couldn't dream of having. A foolish mistake plunges him into the most harrowing experience of his life. The settings and characters are vivid in this story. It's something I'd recommend to anyone who loves romance, historical fiction, and adventure. Remy "I fell in love with this story the first time I read it. The characters and settings are rich, and the story is heart wrenching. REMY has an undercurrent of passion that resonated with me. It’s not only a love story set in the past, it’s a journey of two lovers who face challenges and hardships in their attempt to be together against all odds. I read this story from beginning to end ten times and loved it each time."
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In the small Tasmanian town where they grew up, Sally fell in love with Mac at first sight. She was still a child and he a teenage boy, almost but not quite a man. But a special bond of deep friendship formed between them, fuelled by their mutual love of animals—especially horses. As each matured, that special bond threatened to move beyond the limits of friendship. By the time Sally reached her 17th birthday she was desperately in love with him, the shining hero of her girlhood.
One terrible night Mac betrayed that love and Sally could not find it in her heart to forgive him until the truth was revealed years later. But by then they had both moved on with their lives, and the heartbreaks of the past seem destined to remain only tarnished memories.
In ancient Britain, Rolf, a Viking warrior, is set on vengeance against the Celts. After a fateful battle on the shores of East Anglia Rolf captures the beautiful Brigid, a Celt. Intrigued by her strength and courage in the face of her enemies Rolf instinctively knows he has found his soul mate and the Three Fates of Destiny have brought them together.
In present day, Rolf, an artist, has taken residence in a Cornish lighthouse. He leads a reclusive life with his companion, a wolfhound. He meets a young woman in the town bookstore. Each feel they have met before and share a fascination for the sea and for all things Viking. Could Rolf be the man of Brigid's dreams? Can lovers and soul mates from the past reach out over the years and find the way back to each other?
My collection of short stories
An Aimless Ramble
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