A new Woodlea Community rural romance by USA Today bestselling author Alissa Callen.
Will facing the past bring them together?
After losing a patient, Dr Fliss Knight returns to small town Woodlea and buys a rundown farm, her confidence and city career in tatters. She intends to live a solitary life and hopes that the slow country pace will help her heal.
Pickup rider Hewitt Sinclair is no stranger to how hairy things can get in a rodeo arena. But when he can't save the life of his twin brother, he hangs up his spurs. Determined to provide for his brother's widow and young family, he gives himself no time to grieve. But when a motorbike accident proves he needs to also look out for himself, he accepts an old friend's invitation to stay at an isolated property while his body heals.
When Fliss meets the cowboy living in the bluestone stables across the garden, all her hopes for a quiet and peaceful life fade. Despite his reserve, Hewitt is impossible to ignore. As they work together to care for an abandoned dog and her puppies they find themselves drawn to each other.
But as a family secret threatens every truth Fliss has ever known, and the heavy spring rain continues to fall, both Fliss and Hewitt must face their deepest fears. Will love be enough to guarantee happiness or will the past refuse to relinquish its dark hold?
It’s as true as it gets. Alissa has captured the outback of Australia to a T. The red dust, snakes, down pours and the friendly farming community.
A must read.
Australian country life.
Loved this book.
The author has the country life of the central west down pat. Great characters she draws you in.
The growing love story of Hewitt and Fliss has just the right mixture, both hurt and afraid, despite obstacles they find their way through.
Would recommend this book to anyone who loves the rural life, including nosy but helpful neighbours.
Makes you want to pack up your belongings, jump in the car and head west to find that community you just read about.
Believe me, my husband came from that area between Dubbo and Orange what the author wrote is definitely not all fiction. No secrets in the country. 😊😊😊
A good read
I’m really enjoying this series.
Easy to read and hard to put down. They provide great insights into country life. I love the characters and can relate to them.