The Rouseabout

The Rouseabout

Kate Webster is a loveable larrikin who likes to play hard now and worry about the consequences later. She can't help mucking up the opportunities life gives her. Rocked by the death of her mother, she takes on a dare at one of Australia's wildest rural social events - a Bachelors & Spinsters ball - to 'scalp' gorgeous farm boy Nick McDonnell. It's a dare that changes Kate Webster is a loveable larrikin who likes to play hard now and worry about the consequences later. She can't help muck...

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Title:The Rouseabout
Author:Rachael Treasure
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Genres:Romance
ISBN:The Rouseabout
Edition Language
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Edition Language:English
Number of Pages:348 pages pages

The Rouseabout Reviews

  • Dzintra aka Ingrid
    Jul 28, 2017

    Not sure if Kate Webster is a "loveable larrikin" - it has been a long time since I have disliked a character quite as much as this one - if she was a real life person that I knew I would smile politely at her and avoid her company. Only redeeming feature was that there was terrific...

    Why do people love this book so much? Kate Webster is a loveable larrikin who likes to play hard now and worry about the consequences later? I disliked her so much it was hard to finish the book. What really, really upset me was the depiction of her excessive drinking when she was ...

    This is my favorite Rachael Treasure book. When I first read this book a few years ago I didn't think I would like it all that much - the main character, Kate, had a child and I didn't think I could relate at all to her. However, I was pleasantly surprised that I really enjoyed this st...

    Ok, I really wanted an easy marshmallow read and I got it. This one is romance with cliches galore, with our hero, Kate Webster described as a loveable larrikin who among other things get's involved in 'one of Australia's wildest rural social events - a Bachelors & Spinsters ball'....

    I loved this. Everyone knows these characters from somewhere or at sometime. Great read. ...

    This is a good story and it's always nice to read something set in my home state of Tasmania. The main character goes through some major, but fairly realistic, changes, which is set nicely against the events of the book. What I didn't like was the number of similarities with the one o...

    I didn't think I would enjoy this book as much as I did.....a very shallow character but she learnt so much 'life stuff' that actually I started to like her! A good read with a dreamy setting in Tasmania! I get the feeling Rachel Treasure tells it as it is! ...

  • Kirsten
    Jun 27, 2010

    Not sure if Kate Webster is a "loveable larrikin" - it has been a long time since I have disliked a character quite as much as this one - if she was a real life person that I knew I would smile politely at her and avoid her company. Only redeeming feature was that there was terrific...

    Why do people love this book so much? Kate Webster is a loveable larrikin who likes to play hard now and worry about the consequences later? I disliked her so much it was hard to finish the book. What really, really upset me was the depiction of her excessive drinking when she was ...

    This is my favorite Rachael Treasure book. When I first read this book a few years ago I didn't think I would like it all that much - the main character, Kate, had a child and I didn't think I could relate at all to her. However, I was pleasantly surprised that I really enjoyed this st...

    Ok, I really wanted an easy marshmallow read and I got it. This one is romance with cliches galore, with our hero, Kate Webster described as a loveable larrikin who among other things get's involved in 'one of Australia's wildest rural social events - a Bachelors & Spinsters ball'....

  • Angela Maher
    Oct 20, 2017

    Not sure if Kate Webster is a "loveable larrikin" - it has been a long time since I have disliked a character quite as much as this one - if she was a real life person that I knew I would smile politely at her and avoid her company. Only redeeming feature was that there was terrific...

    Why do people love this book so much? Kate Webster is a loveable larrikin who likes to play hard now and worry about the consequences later? I disliked her so much it was hard to finish the book. What really, really upset me was the depiction of her excessive drinking when she was ...

    This is my favorite Rachael Treasure book. When I first read this book a few years ago I didn't think I would like it all that much - the main character, Kate, had a child and I didn't think I could relate at all to her. However, I was pleasantly surprised that I really enjoyed this st...

    Ok, I really wanted an easy marshmallow read and I got it. This one is romance with cliches galore, with our hero, Kate Webster described as a loveable larrikin who among other things get's involved in 'one of Australia's wildest rural social events - a Bachelors & Spinsters ball'....

    I loved this. Everyone knows these characters from somewhere or at sometime. Great read. ...

    This is a good story and it's always nice to read something set in my home state of Tasmania. The main character goes through some major, but fairly realistic, changes, which is set nicely against the events of the book. What I didn't like was the number of similarities with the one o...

  • Stacey
    Jun 28, 2012

    Not sure if Kate Webster is a "loveable larrikin" - it has been a long time since I have disliked a character quite as much as this one - if she was a real life person that I knew I would smile politely at her and avoid her company. Only redeeming feature was that there was terrific...

    Why do people love this book so much? Kate Webster is a loveable larrikin who likes to play hard now and worry about the consequences later? I disliked her so much it was hard to finish the book. What really, really upset me was the depiction of her excessive drinking when she was ...

    This is my favorite Rachael Treasure book. When I first read this book a few years ago I didn't think I would like it all that much - the main character, Kate, had a child and I didn't think I could relate at all to her. However, I was pleasantly surprised that I really enjoyed this st...

  • Rowlie
    Aug 10, 2017

    Not sure if Kate Webster is a "loveable larrikin" - it has been a long time since I have disliked a character quite as much as this one - if she was a real life person that I knew I would smile politely at her and avoid her company. Only redeeming feature was that there was terrific...

    Why do people love this book so much? Kate Webster is a loveable larrikin who likes to play hard now and worry about the consequences later? I disliked her so much it was hard to finish the book. What really, really upset me was the depiction of her excessive drinking when she was ...

    This is my favorite Rachael Treasure book. When I first read this book a few years ago I didn't think I would like it all that much - the main character, Kate, had a child and I didn't think I could relate at all to her. However, I was pleasantly surprised that I really enjoyed this st...

    Ok, I really wanted an easy marshmallow read and I got it. This one is romance with cliches galore, with our hero, Kate Webster described as a loveable larrikin who among other things get's involved in 'one of Australia's wildest rural social events - a Bachelors & Spinsters ball'....

    I loved this. Everyone knows these characters from somewhere or at sometime. Great read. ...

    This is a good story and it's always nice to read something set in my home state of Tasmania. The main character goes through some major, but fairly realistic, changes, which is set nicely against the events of the book. What I didn't like was the number of similarities with the one o...

    I didn't think I would enjoy this book as much as I did.....a very shallow character but she learnt so much 'life stuff' that actually I started to like her! A good read with a dreamy setting in Tasmania! I get the feeling Rachel Treasure tells it as it is! ...

    ok. I love Miranda Nations readings. Rachel treasure loves a B&S ball, brotherly sacrifice and Ag college. Loved nelly, didn?t much care for Kate. Mostly i enjoyed her descriptions of the landscape. Solid car and brushing teeth readings. ...

    I only finished it for the story line. Could have done without so much language and sexuality in the book. ...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book set in Country Tasmania. The writer has a real way with words and I look forward to reading more of her books. ...

  • Maddy Smith
    Aug 07, 2017

    Not sure if Kate Webster is a "loveable larrikin" - it has been a long time since I have disliked a character quite as much as this one - if she was a real life person that I knew I would smile politely at her and avoid her company. Only redeeming feature was that there was terrific...

    Why do people love this book so much? Kate Webster is a loveable larrikin who likes to play hard now and worry about the consequences later? I disliked her so much it was hard to finish the book. What really, really upset me was the depiction of her excessive drinking when she was ...

    This is my favorite Rachael Treasure book. When I first read this book a few years ago I didn't think I would like it all that much - the main character, Kate, had a child and I didn't think I could relate at all to her. However, I was pleasantly surprised that I really enjoyed this st...

    Ok, I really wanted an easy marshmallow read and I got it. This one is romance with cliches galore, with our hero, Kate Webster described as a loveable larrikin who among other things get's involved in 'one of Australia's wildest rural social events - a Bachelors & Spinsters ball'....

    I loved this. Everyone knows these characters from somewhere or at sometime. Great read. ...

    This is a good story and it's always nice to read something set in my home state of Tasmania. The main character goes through some major, but fairly realistic, changes, which is set nicely against the events of the book. What I didn't like was the number of similarities with the one o...

    I didn't think I would enjoy this book as much as I did.....a very shallow character but she learnt so much 'life stuff' that actually I started to like her! A good read with a dreamy setting in Tasmania! I get the feeling Rachel Treasure tells it as it is! ...

    ok. I love Miranda Nations readings. Rachel treasure loves a B&S ball, brotherly sacrifice and Ag college. Loved nelly, didn?t much care for Kate. Mostly i enjoyed her descriptions of the landscape. Solid car and brushing teeth readings. ...

  • Sianne Morrison
    Jun 13, 2013

    Not sure if Kate Webster is a "loveable larrikin" - it has been a long time since I have disliked a character quite as much as this one - if she was a real life person that I knew I would smile politely at her and avoid her company. Only redeeming feature was that there was terrific...

    Why do people love this book so much? Kate Webster is a loveable larrikin who likes to play hard now and worry about the consequences later? I disliked her so much it was hard to finish the book. What really, really upset me was the depiction of her excessive drinking when she was ...

    This is my favorite Rachael Treasure book. When I first read this book a few years ago I didn't think I would like it all that much - the main character, Kate, had a child and I didn't think I could relate at all to her. However, I was pleasantly surprised that I really enjoyed this st...

    Ok, I really wanted an easy marshmallow read and I got it. This one is romance with cliches galore, with our hero, Kate Webster described as a loveable larrikin who among other things get's involved in 'one of Australia's wildest rural social events - a Bachelors & Spinsters ball'....

    I loved this. Everyone knows these characters from somewhere or at sometime. Great read. ...

  • Sally Williams
    Apr 02, 2014

    Not sure if Kate Webster is a "loveable larrikin" - it has been a long time since I have disliked a character quite as much as this one - if she was a real life person that I knew I would smile politely at her and avoid her company. Only redeeming feature was that there was terrific...

    Why do people love this book so much? Kate Webster is a loveable larrikin who likes to play hard now and worry about the consequences later? I disliked her so much it was hard to finish the book. What really, really upset me was the depiction of her excessive drinking when she was ...

  • Anne Ruprecht
    Aug 17, 2017

    Not sure if Kate Webster is a "loveable larrikin" - it has been a long time since I have disliked a character quite as much as this one - if she was a real life person that I knew I would smile politely at her and avoid her company. Only redeeming feature was that there was terrific...

    Why do people love this book so much? Kate Webster is a loveable larrikin who likes to play hard now and worry about the consequences later? I disliked her so much it was hard to finish the book. What really, really upset me was the depiction of her excessive drinking when she was ...

    This is my favorite Rachael Treasure book. When I first read this book a few years ago I didn't think I would like it all that much - the main character, Kate, had a child and I didn't think I could relate at all to her. However, I was pleasantly surprised that I really enjoyed this st...

    Ok, I really wanted an easy marshmallow read and I got it. This one is romance with cliches galore, with our hero, Kate Webster described as a loveable larrikin who among other things get's involved in 'one of Australia's wildest rural social events - a Bachelors & Spinsters ball'....

    I loved this. Everyone knows these characters from somewhere or at sometime. Great read. ...

    This is a good story and it's always nice to read something set in my home state of Tasmania. The main character goes through some major, but fairly realistic, changes, which is set nicely against the events of the book. What I didn't like was the number of similarities with the one o...

    I didn't think I would enjoy this book as much as I did.....a very shallow character but she learnt so much 'life stuff' that actually I started to like her! A good read with a dreamy setting in Tasmania! I get the feeling Rachel Treasure tells it as it is! ...

    ok. I love Miranda Nations readings. Rachel treasure loves a B&S ball, brotherly sacrifice and Ag college. Loved nelly, didn?t much care for Kate. Mostly i enjoyed her descriptions of the landscape. Solid car and brushing teeth readings. ...

    I only finished it for the story line. Could have done without so much language and sexuality in the book. ...

  • Sally906
    Oct 02, 2016

    Not sure if Kate Webster is a "loveable larrikin" - it has been a long time since I have disliked a character quite as much as this one - if she was a real life person that I knew I would smile politely at her and avoid her company. Only redeeming feature was that there was terrific...