Fifty Bales of Hay

Fifty Bales of Hay

Book rating: 04 Paperback

By (author) Rachael Treasure

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  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd
  • Format: Paperback | 208 pages
  • Dimensions: 126mm x 198mm x 20mm | 200g
  • Publication date: 4 February 2014
  • Publication City/Country: New South Wales
  • ISBN 10: 0732297656
  • ISBN 13: 9780732297657
  • Sales rank: 79,270

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A celebration of the sexy side of rural life - bestselling author Rachael Treasure delivers lust, humour and, above all, satisfaction in this sizzling collection of steamy stories Come have a roll in the hay with one of Australia's leading rural fiction authors, Rachael Treasure, in her romping, rollicking first-ever collection of romantic stories, celebrating the sexy side of rural life. Guaranteed to get your tractor revving, FIFTY BALES OF HAY is an honest and imaginative exploration of everyday men and women getting down and dirty on the land. From the dairy shed to the Royal Agricultural Show pavilion, Treasure's cheeky satirical humour and wicked imagination offers up a dozen fun-filled, and sometimes poignant, tales of dust and lust. This collection will have you clamoring for a stock whip, a saddle and a jackaroo. Praise for Rachael Treasure: 'Down-to-earth, bawdy, satirical, and entertaining' BOOKSELLER + PUBLISHER

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By Marianne Vincent 27 Apr 2014 4

Fifty Bales of Hay is a collection of twelve erotic short stories with a farming flavour, written by Australian journalist, sheep dog breeder and trainer and author, Rachael Treasure. This collection has appealing characters, realistic dialogue and varied plots that are more than just a vehicle for sex. There is plenty of humour, and Treasure has her characters getting up close and personal: under the harvest moon; on horseback; in the cattle crush; under the gaze of a voyeuristic stallion; in the show ring; on a ride-on mower; and on a wool bale. A shearing sling is put to novel use, as is a bucket of raspberries and a water hose. Inspiration comes from dog joinings, cows in season and Nigella's cookbooks. There are quite a few tongue-in-cheek references to Fifty Shades of Grey, besides the obvious dig in the title, and this is a lovely light, funny read that is much more enjoyable (and much less tedious) than FSOG. Great fun.