In The Boundary Fence, rural vet Ella Quinlivan is used to working with unusual animals. But when Saul Armstrong moves in next door, it isn’t the thunder beasts on his bison farm that throws her out of her comfort zone as much as their slow-smiling owner.
Bison calves aren’t the only bundles of big-eyed cuteness that can be found amongst regular farm animals and pets.
Anything miniature goes – ponies, donkeys and cows
3. Belted Galloways
4. Highland Cattle
5. Pygmy goat
6. Angora Goats
A warm-hearted and touching story about recovering after trauma, love and community. A new Woodlea rural romance by bestselling Australian author Alissa Callen.
Healing doesn’t just take time, it takes courage…
The scars country vet Ella Quinlivan hides are not solely on the outside. Men are off-limits. She fills her world with her friends, work and the colourful community of small town Woodlea. She also becomes custodian of a sandstone cottage of an elderly friend whose teenage daughter went missing two decades ago.
With a broken marriage behind him, Saul Armstrong is determined to recapture his dreams by bringing American bison to the Australian bush. He intends to stick to his side of the high wire fence that divides his farm from his distracting new neighbour, Ella.
When Saul calls out Ella for a bison emergency she isn’t just thrown out of her comfort zone by dealing with an unfamiliar animal. Slow-smiling and guarded Saul stirs emotions she’d long ago discarded.
When the summer heat parches the landscape and dust obscures the sun, hidden secrets come to light. Not only will Ella and Saul be tested, the connection forged between them will be threatened. Will love be enough to guarantee their freedom or will fear continue to dictate the direction their lives will take?