The Girl in the Yellow Vest
A scintillating romantic comedy, set on the beautiful Queensland coast, from the author of the bestselling The Girl in Steel-Capped Boots and The Girl in the Hard Hat. The perfect summer read!
‘We can't choose who we fall in love with. It could be our best friend ... or our worst enemy.'
Emily Woods counts cracks for a living. Concrete cracks. So when her long-term boyfriend dumps her, she decides it's time for a change of scenery. Her best friend, Will, suggests joining his construction team in Queensland. Working next door to the Great Barrier Reef seems like just the sort of adventure she needs to reboot her life . . . until she realises that Will is not the person she thought he was.
Charlotte Templeton is frustrated with the lack of respect FIFO workers have for her seaside resort. But picking a fight with their tyrannical project manager, Mark Crawford, seems to lead to more complications than resolutions. The man is too pompous, too rude, and too damned good looking.
As both women strive to protect their dreams and achieve their goals, they discover that secrets will come out, loyalty often hurts, and sometimes the perfect man is the wrong one.
Paperback$19.99 RRPISBN: 9780857986214Published: 02/01/2015Imprint: Bantam AustraliaExtent: 400 pages
Trade Paperback$32.99 RRPISBN: 9781742757377Published: 02/01/2014Imprint: Bantam AustraliaExtent: 400 pages
eBookCHECK RETAILER PRICEISBN: 9781742757384Published: 01/01/2014Imprint: RHA eBooks AdultExtent: 352 pages
"A real page-turner… Be careful though – this book is addictive and you may lose a day or two of your life." - West Australian
For her bestselling novels The Girl in Steel-Capped Boots, The Girl in the Hard Hat and The Girl in the Yellow Vest, Loretta Hill drew upon her own outback engineering experiences of larrikins, red dust and steel-capped boots. Her new novel, The Maxwell Sisters, published in January 2015. She is also the author of the ebook novella One Little White Lie, which was a no.1 bestseller on iTunes.
Loretta always wanted to be a writer. As a kid she filled pages of exercise books with stories to amuse her friends. Her father, who never wasted his time on fiction, didn't see much worth in this pass time and pushed her to pursue a 'sensible' career. Fortunately, she had inherited some of his talent for numbers and decided to give it a go. She graduated from the University of Western Australia as structural engineer and took her first job with a major West Australian engineering company.
A few years later she met a lawyer at a Black Friday party hosted by a friend. She was dressed as the devil and he just came as himself. They are now happily married and living in Perth with their two young sons and infant daughter.
Despite her career in engineering, her interest in law and her journey into motherhood, Loretta continued to write. Not because she had a lot of time but because it was and always had been an addiction she couldn't ignore.