Jexon Kendrik is a veterinary student at a university in Perth Western Australia, his home is a remote cattle station in the Pilbara region of northern Western Australia, just south of the hottest town in the state, where temperatures are often 40 degrees Celsius or above during the summer months. Not long after turning twenty one, life for Jexon takes a different turn which includes a bit of travelling to the countries capital and plenty of drama.
What happens when a group of school students discover a notebook which has the power to kill? At first they go wild with the knowledge of this new power, but eventually they start to die off as well. Ethan must discover who's killing them before he's next.
Reid and his younger brother Toby, were in a serious car accident that killed their parents, and now they are on their way to the Tropical North of Australia, to live with their Uncle James, who is a doctor, and his partner Tim, who is a Marine Engineer.
Many adventures lay ahead for the two boys, as they settle into a totally new environment, with many new places to explore.
Stepping off the bus from school, and clasping my boyfriend Kyle’s hand, I was unaware that my life was soon to change dramatically, while being distracted by Kyle, I didn’t notice that my stepfather had just driven past.
Within an hour, I would be packing my bags in preparation for a move to a new home and life, living with my uncle Mitchell and his husband Xavier.
Tiana is a warm hearted young woman with an always there smile and mother hen nature. Her friends are some of the most important people in her life so when Barbara goes missing her world collapses into chaos.
Barbie is one of Tiana's closest friends, a sister of sorts, so it comes as no surprise that Tia doesn't accept her police declared "death" without a fight.
Together with her gang of mixed personalities she sets out on a mission to solve the cold case and bring Barbie home, learning a few lessons on Leadership, friendship and strength along the way.
A professional woman in a dangerous job, and now she has herself in a very difficult situation and all she could think of doing, was to head for her uncle's home in Lincolnshire, to see if he can help her decide what to do.
Knowing that if she reported to her employers that she is pregnant, she would be forced to terminate her pregnancy, for the good of her job and her country, she asks her Uncle Charles to come up with a better solution, which arrives in the form of distant cousins who are staying with Charles, while on holidays from Western Australia.
This story follows the life of Kipling F Ashburton, who is a 6th generation Western Australian, whose family have worked on the same cattle station since 1896. The story also follows Joshua Alliston, the son of Commander Trenton Blackthorn, who has commanded a number of large research submarines that patrol the world's oceans. After a family dispute, Joshua goes his own direction, having completed university with a degree in Marine Science, and he goes in search of a former Uni classmate, to convince him to join forces to set up a research project in the Indian Ocean.
CJ, Owen, and their daughter, Liebe spend Christmas down under. They trade the December Washington DC cold for the warmth of Australia's Hunter Valley. Surrounded by vineyards and family, it should be a stress-free vacation. Unless something goes wrong.
Ember McCain is a mechanic in his late thirties, he's closed off and bitter about his teenage years. His biggest problem is not being able to let go of the anger he feels from the bullying he received in high school. Despite his own short comings he's managed grow a successful mechanic business, most of his employees are strong confident gay men. He's finally in a place in his life where he feels happy, confident, and content being himself. That is until Brady Douglass, his high school bully moves back to town and is everywhere, including his own workplace turning his world upside down.
Life was going great, well I thought it was until one late Autumn afternoon, I received a phone call from my ex-wife, who informed me that our only child, 12-year Jonah Hunter Langston, had run away from home, after being forced to admit that he was gay, to his mother and step-father. It took me a good twenty minutes of arguing over the telephone to get most of the information out of Karen on what had happened, what shocked me the most was that this has happened over a week ago, and she was only just now starting to worry, after presuming that Jonah had gone to stay with friends for a while.