Diamond Sky

Diamond Sky The Kimberley can be a haven for those who can stand the heat but its isolated beauty can also be deadly if you re not paying attentionThe remote Matsu diamond mine in the Kimberley is the perfect p

  • Title: Diamond Sky
  • Author: Annie Seaton
  • ISBN: 9781743535707
  • Page: 492
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Kimberley can be a haven for those who can stand the heat, but its isolated beauty can also be deadly, if you re not paying attentionThe remote Matsu diamond mine in the Kimberley is the perfect place for engineer Dru Porter to hide Her insignificance in that vast and rugged landscape helps her feel invisible And safe Surely the terror she left behind in Dubai wiThe Kimberley can be a haven for those who can stand the heat, but its isolated beauty can also be deadly, if you re not paying attentionThe remote Matsu diamond mine in the Kimberley is the perfect place for engineer Dru Porter to hide Her insignificance in that vast and rugged landscape helps her feel invisible And safe Surely the terror she left behind in Dubai will never find her here.Security specialist Connor Kirk knows from experience that beautiful women are capable of treachery When he arrives at Matsu to investigate a diamond theft, he immediately suspects the reclusive but obviously capable Dru Porter He knows she s hiding something.As Connor s investigation deepens and Dru s past catches up with her, their instant, mutual dislike threatens to blind them to the true danger lurking in the mine, one which could leave them both at the mercy of the desert

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    1. Annie Seaton

      Annie Seaton lives near the beach on the mid north coast of New South Wales She is fulfilling her lifelong dream of writing and has been delighted to discover that readers love reading her stories as much as she loves writing them Her career and studies spanned the education sector for most of her working life until she took up a full time writing career She is now published internationally in e books across the romance genre, and in 2014 was voted Australian Author of the Year by romance readers in the AusRomToday Readers Choice Awards In 2015 she was voted Best Established Author.Her first traditionally published print book, Kakadu Sunset, was shortlisted from Romantic Book of the Year in 2016 Each winter, Annie and her husband leave the beach to roam the remote areas of Australia for story ideas and research.Readers can contact Annie through her website annieseatonromance or find her on Facebook and Twitter.

    538 thoughts on “Diamond Sky”

    1. Dru Porter had been working at the Matsu diamond mine in the remote Kimberley country in Western Australia for around nine months after fleeing a disastrous and dangerous experience in Dubai. She was an environmental engineer and loved her work, despite the relentless heat and red dust. Dru didn’t make friends easily as she found it hard to trust anyone – keeping everyone at a distance just made it easier. The only person Dru had let in was the older Aboriginal, Rocky Cardella who had been p [...]

    2. I really enjoyed this whole series. Kakadu Sunset and Daintree are among some of my favourite Australian suspense/romance books and Diamond Sky was like the icing on a really yummy cake!Dru escaped a difficult situation in Dubai and came back home to Australia to work in a Diamond mine in the Kimberley. She feels safe now and enjoys her job, however is a bit rattled when newcomer Connor starts working at the mine. Connor is a private investigator, hired to find out who is stealing some of the mi [...]

    3. Annie Seaton's 'Porter Sisters' romantic suspense novels have got better with each book (and the first one was excellent) and I reckon this third and final one is the best of the lot.It's set mainly at Dru Porter's workplace - a diamond mine in Western Australia, a definite change of scenery from the previous two books, which were both set in national parks. I really enjoyed the detail around the workers' lives at the mine - here in Australia, we hear a lot about the WA mines and the wealth they [...]

    4. *mrsbbookreviews.wordpressI have really enjoyed following the Porter Sisters series by Australian fiction author Annie Seaton. I loved the first novel in this trilogy, Kakadu Sunset and I so was pleased when Seaton released another, Daintree. Diamond Sky is the final chapter in an engrossing series, which can also be easily read as a novel in its own right, without the support of the previous two novels. I am happy to report that Diamond Sky was a fantastic read all round.It is time for the baby [...]

    5. Evocative descriptions, engaging characters and edge-of-your-seat suspense, this outback romance will keep you turning pages.Diamond Sky is the third book in the Porter Sisters trilogy but can be read as a stand alone. I loved the descriptions of the fly in fly out lifestyle of a diamond mine worker and the vivid descriptions of the Kimberly region. It was the characters that really made the story, though. Dru was a fantastic strong heroine. I'm looking forward to reading more of Annie's books.I [...]

    6. Diamond Sky by Annie Seaton – Suspense, theft and romance at a remote outback mineSomeone is smuggling diamonds out of the remote Western Australian Matsu Diamond mine. Connor Kirk, a guy who has been around the shadier side of life for more years than he would care to remember has been assigned the case. Going undercover at the mine, Connor has his suspects, but the closer he gets to the case, the more he needs to know.Dru Porter is a reclusive engineer who has gained the name ‘The Ice Quee [...]

    7. The Porter Sisters trilogy crept up on me in a way I never did quite expect. Annie Seaton’s gorgeous descriptions of aboriginal Australian land in the remote Kimberley have made these books as much about the surroundings as they are of the people and the protagonists. And Seaton’s stories are easy to get lost in, amid the suspense and the mystery that’s set in this unique, ancient region. ‘Diamond Sky’ works perfectly well as a standalone, focusing on Dru Porter, the youngest sister of [...]

    8. Enjoyable This third book was very enjoyable, I was interested in the diamond mining, working in the mining industry I'm always upset by the devastating effect it has on the environment, I hope that these companies work on rehabilitation as Dru does in the story. I was pretty sure I knew who the culprit was well before Connor made the connections, but it was still a good read.

    9. A great final book in the series. I really enjoy Annie Seaton's writing and look forward to reading more. Great setting and well researched.

    10. A great ending to the Porter sisters - loved the story and in the end just kept reading to finish - now I want more

    11. Review originally appeared at: bookgirlautyandlace/bloDiamond Sky marks the third and final book in the Porter Sister series and it was an engaging and exciting suspenseful read that fit beautifully with the other two books. Yes, this is the third book in a series but it stands solidly on its own.The Porter Sisters series is really three stand alone books that are linked by the fact that the heroines are sisters. The stories are all quite different but they are also very similar. Mining and the [...]

    12. The 3rd Porter Sisters book and I think that it might have been the best! I have truly enjoyed each and every one of Annie's books I've read and hope that we get to see more of them. Set in a Western Australian diamond mine there is a love/hate relationship between Dru Porter and Connor Kirk when Kirk first arrives under the guise of a safety officer. The truth is he thinks that Dru is stealing diamonds.I love the fact the Annie spends her Winters travelling Australia to research for her next bo [...]

    13. This is book 3 in the Porter Sisters series and it features Connor Kirk and Dru Porter. Diamond theft is the name of the game in this fantastic story line. Connor is there to catch a thief or thieves and no one is above suspicion, even Dru Porter. No sparks between them at first but as time goes on things change. They're both extremely jaded from past hurts and don't like to let anyone in.WHAT AN ADVENTURE!  This story takes us from Australia to Dubai, to Belgium and back again. All three books [...]

    14. Diamond Sky by Annie Seaton.WOW! I was sucked on from the very first page.Diamond Sky is the third and final instalment of the Porter sister trilogy, I haven't read the previous two books (I'll be adding them to my 'to read' list though) but had no problem following this book.The story is set in the Kimberley's at the Matsu diamond mind where it's been discovered a worker or workers have been smuggling diamonds out and selling them after diamonds without a unique laser identification that all th [...]

    15. This is the third book in a series about the Porter sisters, with each book concentrating on one of the three, and although I had not read either of the first two books I did not find that affected my reading of this book.The book opens with Connor Kirk, ex AFP (Australian Federal Police) and now private investigator, sitting in the office of John Robinson CEO of Matsu Diamonds first discussing the theft of diamonds from the mine and then agreeing to take the case on. In this discussion we also [...]

    16. Love and hate - two sides of the same coin. When Dru Porter meets Connor Kirk at the Matsu mine in Western Australia, it's a case of instant dislike. Dru is a loner with few friends and a reputation of being an Ice Queen. She is also on Connor's list of suspects as a diamond thief. Both protagonists wear masks that hide serious past hurts and fears. Connor's dislike of Dru allows him to make errors of judgement he wouldn't normally allow in his work. His reputation till now has been excellent, b [...]

    17. I received Diamond Sky by Annie Seaton to read and review from Beauty and Lace Book Club. The cover photo catches your eye straight up. A stunning photo of red rocks, red sand and sparkling blue water.Set in the Matsu diamond mine in the Ord River region of Western Australia's Kimberly, a ruggered isolated area.Matsu's unique violet diamonds are appearing in Europe. The mine has strict security procedures in place.Connor Kirk is brought in by the company as an undercover investigator to track do [...]

    18. The is the last of the book of the Porter Sisters series by Annie Seaton. I all can say it was one of the best books I have read I could not put it down. It is the story Dru Porter a mine engineer who once worked in Dubi earning more money than is now working in the romote Matsu Diamond mine in the Kimberly. She is running from her past in Dubi where her boss harassed her.Conner Kirk is hire by the mine as he is security expert to find out who is stealing diamonds from the mine. Dru becomes one [...]

    19. This book is a wonderful conclusion to the Porter sisters trilogy. I love the Aussie outback landscape depicted and got a real sense of place. The stunning Kimberley is such a great backdrop to the story and Annie really brought it to life.But all this was just the bonus. The highlight of this book was the story itself, about a diamond heist and the heroes attempt to catch the thief, and his chief suspect Drusilla Porter. I loved Connor and Dru. From a rocky start they developed a reluctant resp [...]

    20. When I seen this continued on with the series I had to jump in again to see where it went next. This centers around Dru and Connor taking you on a slow volcanic ride. Right away a mystery will take you with also diamonds in the center. What is fun to read is the secrets that get unwrapped little by little with us at the bit. It also is like you are there with all the descriptive ways and means. The romance is just right for this story with it adding the extra zing to the element. Even though thi [...]

    21. After fleeing Dubai with her life all Dru Porter wants is to hide out in Kimberley. She feels safe until Connor Kirk arrives. He is working undercover looking for a diamond thief and Dru is his main suspect. Ms. Seaton's stories are thrilling, suspenseful and so action packed they are hard to put down. I highly recommend DIAMOND SKY: it is a must read if you love danger, romance and a good love story!

    22. Awesome story!!!!Loved this story !!!! Mystery suspense .a little romance.Great story set in the outback!!!! Wonderful.!!! Loved it!!!!Annie Seatonwrites a beautiful story!!!!Buy it read it!!!!

    23. I enjoyed this book. It's the first one I have read in the Porter girls series, and I will now look for the other two books in the series.

    24. This is the third in Annie Season’s trilogy of books about the Porter sisters, each set in a quite a glamorous but remote Australian location. This is actually the first I’ve read – I didn’t realise it was linked to other books until I received it and I think it reads well enough alone although there were a few things about the girls’ father that I was curious about that may have been addressed in the previous two books.Dru Porter works as an environmental engineer at a large diamond m [...]

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