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"Wow, the descriptions of the outback were so vivid I could almost feel the perspiration on my own skin from the scorching sun, the dust, the pesky insects as well! However it was the feeling of serenity and peace that was the most vivid and although I have actually been to these places, many years ago, it made me yearn to go back." - Robyn Corcoran, Amazon Review

"Andrew Lowman is a fascinating character who really had an interesting life working in both the city and the outback. I liked his attitude towards life and it’s people, plus his self reflection and honesty was so refreshing. Ruby is a card and I am so looking forward to reading her story, it is going to be epic I can already tell. Linda is an absolute sweetheart who just simply fits in and gets on with everyone." - Amazon Review

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"I've always loved stories and shows about the Royal Flying Doctor Service, something a city girl finds hard to imagine, travelling so far for medical help. Andrew and his crew fly around Australia caring for outback and indigenous families restoring eyesight to children and adults.
A new nurse, inevitably this will be a new romance for the doctor too. Some action in here with the rescue of a little boy, a surprise award show and lots of funny moments round this story into an entertaining read." Leanne, Amazon Review

Become a part of the outback – the land, they call home. A land as beautiful as it is harsh. A land which captures the hearts of all those who live on her.

Dr. Andrew Lowman is an Australian Eye Specialist who has a passion for restoring sight to those who would otherwise endure life with poor eyesight or blindness. Medical facilities are not easily accessed in the wide-open spaces and isolation of the outback where the air is hot, flies are plenty and life is tough for those on the land.
Thanks to the Flying Doctor Service, Andrew and his team are flown in to a cattle station near Bourke, NSW, where they conduct a regular clinic for the Aboriginals and others on the land in the area. Their time is divided between two stations and the town of Bourke itself. They follow this routine every second week, giving the outback a service it wouldn’t otherwise receive.



Become a part of the outback – the land, they call home. A land as beautiful as it is harsh. A land which captures the hearts of all those who live on her.





My name is Susan Horsnell and for 37 years, I worked as a nurse. It was something I always wanted to do from the time I was a young child.


I began treading this path as a 12 year old when I volunteered at the local hospital, helping the Pink Ladies sell magazines and sweets from a trolley. I have always had an overactive imagination and teachers noted I had a great ability for writing at a young age. ​ When I retired I put pen to paper and a second long held dream became a reality with my first book - a Western Historical Romance. It was published in 2013.


My love of the Wild West came from my father, an avid Cowboys and Indian fan. From there, my imagination took over and I branched into other Romance Genres. My aim is to take the reader on a roller coaster of action, emotion, mystery and of course - love. Hopefully, readers close the cover on one of my stories it will be with a satisfied sigh.

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