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"I thought this story was very well-written, with pacing that really kept me turning pages. The secondary characters were great, especially Jude’s mother and his young son. I thought the author did a really good job of balancing emotions in this book – It has laughter, tearful moments, angst, passion, fear, hope, and love. This book will leave you with a smile on your face!"
"Come Down Under. I truly loved this book! It set my heart on fire! The characters blended together so well. This story was exciting and romantic. My heart was torn apart when the paparazzi shattered their relationship. Jude and Rose met through the internship Rose acquired through her working extremely hard at Oxford University. Never did they expect to develop a relationship that leads to more. A great romance read!"
"Rose, a doctoral business student, leaves Oxford for Australia for an intern ship at Hudson Technologies run by Jude, billionaire single father. As the story progresses they get off to a rocky start, a few adjustment are made, and just when everything starts to smooth out the floor begins to drop. Weston Parker’s Come Down Under is a fun yet touching billionaire boss romance read. I would be genuinely interested in seeing something for Shane in the future."
"I defintely recommend to get this amazing book it's full of drama, family issues, intrigue, twists that make for a very addicting read I loved Rose, Jude and Lukes journey to get a HEA such a delightful read it's a must have book for sure. AWESOME HOT READ!!!!"
"Jude and Rose will win your heart in this office romance. She finished her PHD in business and the only thing keeping her from her degree at Oxford is her six-month internship. The story is well written with lots of plot twists and levels. The characters are so overflowing with passion and chemistry. Throw in the for some added drama. Jude is a brilliant tech superstar playboy who has made a fortune with his apps. He and Rose meet when she becomes his intern in Australia. The chemistry is definitely there, but per Oxford, a relationship is taboo and off-limits. This book is well written and a page-turner."