Waiting On Wednesday: ‘The Reluctant Jillaroo’ by Kaz Delaney

Weekly Meme hosted by Jill @ Breaking The Spine

I absolutely adore Kaz Delaney and her books. So when she mentioned this one earlier this year I was pretty excited. Then a couple of months ago she shared the cover on Facebook and I kind of just fell in love. Is it not the most beautiful cover? This is a book I’ve been waiting for ages, and for some reason was under the impression it came out much later next year, so you can imagine my surprise when I received
Sarah McDuling Young Adult Buzz Booktopia email today and this is listed close to the top. I’ve reordered this book and can not wait to devour it when it arrives.

‘The Reluctant Jillaroo’ by Kaz Delaney

Expected Publication: 4th January 2016

Publisher: Allen & Unwin

Pages: 352 

Surf-loving Heidi impersonates her horse-mad twin sister in this rural romance from Australia’s queen of teen, Kaz Delaney. Suitable for teen readers of Rachael Treasure.

Heidi Gage is all about sun, skating and waves until her twin sister, Harper, dislocates her knee.

If Harper doesn’t go to jillaroo camp at Winmaroo – and seriously impress the teachers – she can kiss her dream school goodbye. And what’s the point of having a twin sister if you can’t switch places now and then, right?

Blame it on guilt, or on sisterly love, but before the dust has settled Heidi is heading to the country for ten days of horses, snakes, rats and creepy crawlies and trying to look like she knows what she’s doing.

Heidi’s about to learn a lot can happen in ten days. Flying under the radar isn’t easy when you’re falling in love.

What 2016 new release books are you most waiting on?

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