Mystic Mountains

Adult
Rated 5.00/5 based on 5 reviews
In the early 1800s the penal colony of Botany Bay was an unforgiving and harsh place. Isabella O'Shea is transported to New South Wales for wounding a member of the British aristocracy who raped her, so it is understandable that she loathes members of the upper class and the system that punished her; sentenced her to seven years transportation. More

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About Tricia McGill

Award winning author Tricia McGill was born in London, England, and moved to Australia many years ago, settling near Melbourne. The youngest in a large, loving family she was never lonely or alone. Surrounded by avid readers, who encouraged her to read from an early age, is it any wonder she became a writer? The local library was a treasure trove and magical world of discovery through her childhood and growing years. Tricia is a dreamer who still dreams every night; snippets from those dreams have translated into ideas for her books.
Although her published works cross sub-genres, romance is always at their heart. Tricia loves reading and writing historicals and her other great passion, time-travels.

About the Series: Settlers
In the early 1800s the penal colony of Botany Bay was an unforgiving and harsh place. Isabella O'Shea is transported to New South Wales for wounding a member of the British aristocracy who raped her, so it is understandable that she loathes members of the upper class and the system that punished her; sentenced her to seven years transportation.

Tiger Carstairs is rich, ambitious and English-so is it any wonder she is determined to hate her new master. Tiger dreams of making a new life beyond the aptly named Blue Mountains, so called because of the perpetual haze of blue surrounding them.

Also in Series: Settlers

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Reviews

Review by: Tricia McGill on Feb. 25, 2018 :
“Great book” Reviewed by Kate
"I don't normally write review but just had to for this one, I couldn't put it down. I love a book that catches your heart in the first few pages and sweeps you into the setting which is just what mystic mountain does. Will definitely be looking for more of her books."
(reviewed 51 days after purchase)
Review by: Tricia McGill on Feb. 25, 2018 :
Reviewed by marcia a curran. "I Loved this book."
"This book was a wonderful surprise to find. Full of adventure on how convicts from England sent to Australia helped to tame the wilderness. The writing was superb and the author didn't bore the reader with unnecessary passages. I ordered the second book before I finished Book I. I loved the book."
(reviewed 51 days after purchase)
Review by: Tricia McGill on Feb. 19, 2018 :
“Fantastic” Reviewed by Colleen Wong
I thoroughly enjoyed this book not like all the other soppy love books out there Mystic Mountain held pain, love, and a touch of comedy. I couldn’t put the book down cause I wanted to know what the fiery Bella and the beastly Tiger would be up to next. I can’t wait to start reading more of Tricia McGill books.
(reviewed 45 days after purchase)
Review by: Tricia McGill on Feb. 19, 2018 :
Reviewed by Thomas Smith
I have read many, many books but this one would to be one of the ones at the top of my list. The descriptions not only had me visually transported to the past, I could also feel and smell the surroundings and the people. Extremely well written AND without the use of miss used word "that" which many top writers use today. Congratulations Tricia , keep them coming as I will be looking for your efforts. Sandra
(reviewed 45 days after purchase)
Review by: Tricia McGill on Jan. 31, 2018 :
Reviewed by Janet Orosz
I really loved this book (previously published as Blue Haze but re-published as Mystic Mountains). It was like Pride and Prejudice...ooops, I mean Arrogance and Obstinacy, meets the Thorn Birds in 1818 Australia. I love realistically flawed characters--perfect romance H/h's are such bores--and both of these were so realistically flawed, the way their life experiences from their past hard-scrabble youth carried over to lead to inappropriate and sometimes foolish judgements in their present was so well developed into the plot of this book. Now I shouldn't love it as much as I did. There were a few things in this book that I really hated, but I can't say without spoilers, that should have made me downgrade my rating--however, any book that keeps me up to 3:30 AM to finish, because I just can't put it down, definitely rates five-stars. This is also the kind of book that will make the next few books I read seem like they don't measure up.
(reviewed 25 days after purchase)
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