Thursday, September 16, 2021

Review: Runaway to the Outback (Welcome to Bunya Junction, #2) by Nicole Flockton



Running away never felt so good…

When overworked supermodel Pandora Sebastian flees a taxing photoshoot and takes refuge in Bunya Junction’s only pub—all while dressed as a bride—the locals are unexpectedly welcoming. Pandora may not be a runaway bride, but she does need a break from her high-powered career. Why not stay in this idyllic little country town and consider her options?

Jonas Carruthers thinks he’s seen it all—until Pandora bursts into his pub and his life. She’s everything he doesn’t expect her to be: kind, compassionate, hardworking, and interested in him. And despite wanting to help her, she’s also the only one who can own her mistakes, fix the PR mess she’s in, and rescue her career.

As much as she wants to stay hidden in Bunya Junction, Pandora needs to face the press and wear the consequences. Jonas has been great, but there's no way he'll step up to support her choices. Or will he?


My Review:

Finding love when you least expect it.

Jonas Carruthers was surprised the day he saw a bride walk into his bar in Bunya Junction.  But Pandora Sebastian wasn’t a bride.  She was a model who walked off the set of a photo shoot.  She just got tired of it all and needed a break.  Pandora would spend the next of couple weeks in the tiny town relaxing.  She never expected to fall for Jonas, Bunya Junction or the people who lived there.  Now Pandora is faced with the decision of the quiet country life or to go back to the hustle and bustle of the city and her hectic modeling life.    

I really enjoyed the first book in this series and was excited to read this one.  It was just as good as I expected.  I liked seeing Pandora learn to relax and enjoy life and Jonas finally fall in love again, after his past girlfriends didn’t want anything to do with him once he moved to a tiny outback town.  Of course, catching up with the characters from the first book was a plus too.

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