When Jessica Reston’s career hopes nose-dive, her confidence plummets and she believes her only option may be to accept help from her sister who lives overseas. Now, faced with a decision she dreads, Jessica makes a last ditch effort to reinvigorate her career while she house sits for eight weeks at a country property. When she meets the flirtatious farrier and the friendly house-call making veterinarian, Jessica discovers that this house-sitting caper is not what she was expecting; nor is the sleepy rural town of Willows, where she just might find something she didn’t even know she was looking for.
This is the fourth standalone novel in the Copperhead Creek Australian Romance series, where people’s lives overlap and tangle.
At the age of five S M Spencer’s life changed when she was plonked onto a black & white pony for a photograph. From that day on all she wanted was a horse. She spent the next eleven years writing stories about the horses she pretended to ride through the rolling hills of coastal California until she got a job and bought her first horse at the age of sixteen.
In the 1980s her life changed again when her employer offered her a role in Australia. This was the beginning of an adventure of which she has never tired.