Lake Brambruck

Adult
Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
As Richard McPherson swam naked in Lake Brambruck in the dry northwest of Victoria, Australia, Max Clark literally walked into his life. They experience trials, dangers and intimacies as their relationship develops over the coming months and years. Their relationship is strengthened as their friendship with a neighbor brings the tale to its emotional climax. More
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About Douglas Gellatly

Douglas Gellatly was brought up on a farm in the Wimmera district of Victoria, Australia. During the course of his life he has experienced working as a farmer, medical research institute field station manager, funeral director, travel consultant and cafe proprietor.
He now lives in central Victoria with his partner, Jon, where they operate a small food preserving business and importing business, with a retail shop in the business district of Clunes, Australia's (and the southern hemisphere's) only International Booktown.
Douglas took up writing in his late sixties and has completed two novels, "Lake Brambruck" and "Golton Island." Both are set in the Wimmera district of Victoria, Australia. His third novel, "Corker's Creek", which will be released in late 2014, will complete "The Wimmera Trilogy".
He now regards his first novel, "Lake Brambruck", as his 'trial' novel and offers it for free as it contains a few typos. However, it is being revised before its inclusion in "The Wimmera Trilogy", to be know as "Mount Zero".
His aim is to write stories that entertain the reader, and he loves to hear back from readers.

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Reviews

Review by: Pamela Adams on July 17, 2013 :
Not an old fashioned love story, but a new fashioned love story and a story of our times; the genuine love between Richard and Max. Explicit and adult, I throughly enjoyed every every development in the evolution of their love affair and relationship, and couldn't wait to read the sequel; Golton Island
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Murni on Dec. 23, 2012 :
I've just noticed that I did not give a rating for Lake Brambruck. 5 stars.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Murni on Dec. 23, 2012 : (no rating)
This book is a love story, rather charmingly told by the author. The couple meet by chance and embark on a close relationship together in rural Australia. The author has been able to introduce his wide experience into the narrative to give the tale convincing verisimiltude. They enjoy an active sex life, which the writer does not neglect to describe in detail. The novel reaches a satisfying and memorable conclusion. I am looking forward to the sequel.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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