Tony Spencer is 68, married with 2 boys and 3 grandchildren. He spent over 40 years in the print industry, and retired in 2015. He has self-published 35 books (most of the early ones were single story books) since 2012, and published his 13th novel in October 2018. He also edits produces a 12pp printed programme (with a 20pp colour online version) for his local football (soccer to Americans) team. When he is not writing fiction or diverted by FaceBook, he is babysitting grandchildren, gardening, family history researching, writing a 700-word weekly football report (with 21 years' experience under his belt for local newspapers), running the village hall bar, or serving as Yateley Town Mayor.
Aussie trucker Mark Cornwall is estranged from his wife and, after 5 years, has become a loner. Now he has sold up his trucking business in preparation for a global walkabout, but first has to complete his company’s last delivery from the south coast up to his ex-wife’s newspaper in Darwin NT. His relaxed solo barbie at a desolate truck stop near Port Augusta is disturbed by 5 luxury Winnabagoes who want to party in his chosen pozzy. He moves after rescuing a foreign topless model from the clutches of the partygoers, agreeing to take her to her Consulate in Darwin. They discover mutual attraction, but he resists, thinking she only wishes to thank him for saving her. After a few misunderstandings and some dramatic interludes, he discovers she is far more famous than he realises and, though they seek comfort in each other, can these fleeting moments lead to a lasting future together to two such different people? A festive romance set in the searing Aussie Outback, packed with drama, humour, and a little adult content romance.