The House On Jindalee Lane
The launch of the warm and witty new Daughters of Swallow's Fall series, from the author of the internationally bestselling The House on Burra Burra Lane.
Actress Edie Granger is in a spot of trouble.
When a big–time producer threatens to ruin her career–and possibly the rest of her life–she flees to her remote hometown in the Snowy Mountains and opens a theatre to put on her comedy whodunnit Who Shot the Producer.
Childhood friend and ex–commando Ryan Munroe has returned to Swallow's Fall to see if there's a future for him and Edie after their disastrous but unforgettable first and only kiss three years ago. She's still dazzling, still in love with her career and still out of his reach. He's about to give up when he learns that Edie might have trouble on her heels.
Struggling with her growing attraction to Ryan, and torn between her career and a rekindled love for her hometown, Edie focuses on generating her cast and crew from the 182 Swallow's Fall residents and producing her play. But when elements from the play start happening for real, the comedy turns dangerous.
Edie is suddenly centre stage in the biggest role of her life. Can she pull it off ? And can Ryan ensure everyone survives to make it to the curtain call?
The launch of a warm and witty new series from the author of the internationally bestselling The House on Burra Burra Lane.
The House on Jindalee Lane
Like so many romance novels, if communication between the main characters was truly open and honest, without drawing assumptions, this novel would be a short story. As the attraction and love between the two protagonists is revealed and openly stated in the first chapter, some of the interpersonal interactions are dreary and protracted. The plot lines involving families, the community and amateur theatre are entertaining and engaging.
Overall, well-written and well-edited.