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Dear Banjo They Were Best Friends Who Were Never Meant To Fall In Love But For One Of Them, It Was Already Way Too Late Willow Banjo Paterson And Tom Forrest Were Raised On Neighboring Cattle Stations In The Heart Of The Kimberley As Young Adults, Sharing The Same Life Dreams, Something Came Between Them That Willow Cannot Forget, And Now Ten Years Have Passed When Her Father Falls Ill, Willow Is Called Home To Take Over The Running Of The Family Property, Patterson Downs Her Vision For A Sustainable, Organic Cattle Station Is Proving Hard To Achieve She Needs Tom S Help, But Is It All Too Late, And Too Difficult, To Make Amends A Pile Of Tom S Heartfelt Letters Has Remained Unopened And Unspoken Between Them Willow Must Find The Courage To Finally Bring Them Out Their Tattered Pages Reveal A Love Story Like No Other And One You Ll Never Forget Dear Banjo Is A Wildly Romantic And Utterly Captivating Story About First Love And Second Chances, From An Exciting New Australian Author



10 thoughts on “Dear Banjo

  1. says:

    Willow Banjo Paterson and Tom Forrest were best friends and had been for as long as they could remember Growing up in the Kimberley s with their parents properties side by side, Tom and Banjo had had many hours of adventure and laughter as they explored the stations, getting up to what kids, then teens all over do But the day both received their acceptances into uni in Perth, everything changed Banjo fled to Perth to become de


  2. says:

    Banjo was always going to be a winner for me, as it includes all the things I love about a quality rural fiction book From the strong West Australian based setting, to the emphasis on letters as a form of storytelling and the deeply romantic relationship between two childhood best friends from neighbouring cattle stations Dear Banjo has so much going for it It comes as no surprise that I was genuinely thrilled when an opportunity


  3. says:

    Childhood friends Willow Banjo Paterson and Tom Forrest, grew up on neighboring properties in the Kimberley Most days Willow and Tom would kick about on the farm together, making their own fun and adventures In between their fun they would talk about their dreams for the future and it seemed they both wanted the same things But all their hopes and dreams suddenly change and Willow and Tom end up going their separate ways The years go


  4. says:

    I have to state, right up front, that I enjoyed this novel immensely To me, the story was rather reminiscent of McLeod s Daughters, but in the very best of ways, and I felt myself slipping into quite a comforted state of being each evening as I read my next hundred pages or so.I love the representation of Australia that is depicted within this novel Sprawling stations, communities within themselves, and deep connections to the land and ea


  5. says:

    At age 15 Willow Patterson otherwise known as Banjo and Tom Forrest, who live in neighbouring cattle stations, make a pact not to let anything ever interfere with their friendship But then when they get their University acceptances, Tom does something that Willow cannot overlook or forgive As a result, Willow has not spoken to Tom for ten years When her father has a heart attack and is restricted in what he can do, Willow heads home to Paters


  6. says:

    Astonishingly good My View A few months ago now, author Sasha Wasley contacted me regarding the release of her new book Dear Banjo and asked if I would be interested in reading and reviewing We struck up a on line friendship based on our mutual love of our journeys to the north of Western Australia the cover of her book had evoked many memories of camping caravanning working in that region based on that red pindan infused cover, I decided to give


  7. says:

    Swoon worthy, un put downable gorgeous rural romance from Sasha Wasley.Banjo Paterson and Tom Forrest were inseparable growing up on neighbouring cattle stations in the remote wilderness of northwest Western Australia When Banjo loses her mother at fourteen years she finds herself shutting everyone out even her best friend Tom Years later, Banjo returns home to the Kimberley full of optimism about introducing new sustainable farming practices to the


  8. says:

    This review may contain SPOILERS I absolutely love this book, it s got everything a good romance novel has to offer Love, Excitement, Action and a special twist that no other book so far has had, at least no book I ve encountered, which is the rural Australian bush I didn t even realize how much I needed someone like Tom and Willow, and their amazing friendship relationship, before I read about them He is the absolute wothiest love interest I have ever m


  9. says:

    Oh, Dear Banjo I m not sure where to start with my review of this novel for fear it will turn into a gushing love letter to it The letters in this book from hero Tom to heroine Willow aka Banjo , her nickname for having the surname Paterson are passionate and full of emotion Just a young man pouring his heart out in raw words to the girl who he thought was a friend with the potential to be so muchIt was the letters that truly cemented this book s place in my


  10. says:

    So, an Australian rural romance not what you d usually see come up in my feed, however, here it is Needed something light for the cricket on the ereader as rain predicted and knew there would be long breaks between play long breaks filled with loud music This book read on the train and finished by the tea break Interesting information on organic, sustainable farming practices and what is required for stations to receive accreditation.Tom is too good for Willow D


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