A pitch-perfect rural romance from the bestselling author of Magpie's Bend.
'When a new Maya Linnell novel lands in the office, we pretty much draw the curtains and shut up shop until it's read.' Australian Country on Magpie's Bend
Diana McIntyre and her four boys have had a tough eighteen months but with the love and support of her family, she believes their lives are finally back on track. Diana's dream of starting a flower farm has been the perfect diversion, with an elderly dahlia expert showing her the ropes. She won't have to do this alone.
Locum pharmacist and single dad Ned Gardiner hasn't called Victoria home for years. However his father's death forces Ned to return to the family farm, a place that holds few happy memories for him. Dealing with his estranged mother and sorting his father's affairs, he plans on leaving as soon as possible, but what will it take for Ned to put down roots?
With six children between them, can this pair juggle families, farms and an unlooked-for romance?
'Maya Linnell knows how to tug on our heartstrings, with just the right dollop of reality . . . I couldn't put it down.' Catriona Rowntree on Magpie's Bend
'Linnell brings a good deal of authenticity and humour to her story . . . an enjoyable tale about romance, family and dealing with change.' Canberra Weekly Magazine