From bestselling author Rachael Herron comes at long last, Eliza Carpenter’s story.
Home isn’t always a place…
It's 1945, the war is over, the GIs are returning , and Eliza is on the run. At least, she would be if her truck hadn't broken down in the middle of nowhere and her money hadn't, quite literally, flown out the window. So when Joshua Carpenter, a cowboy with the most brilliant blue eyes she has ever seen, stops to offer her help, Eliza can't afford to say no… Joshua, it seems, is single-handedly building a home for himself on farmland just outside the town of Cypress Hollow. And as Eliza is about to discover, sometimes running away is the only way to come home...
Rachael Herron is the internationally bestselling author of the Cypress Hollow series (HarperCollins/Random House Australia) and of the memoir, A Life in Stitches (Chronicle). Her newest novel, Pack Up The Moon, will be available in March 2014 from Penguin (USA) and Random House Australia (NZ/AUST). She received her MFA in writing from Mills College and when she's not busy writing, she's a 911 fire/medical dispatcher for a Bay Area fire department. She’s a New Zealander as well as an American, and she can probably play along on the ukulele.
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thoroughly enjoyed this story set in the 1940’s