At a crossroads in her life, Sandra Porter knows she must dig deep for the courage to find her true self. She has lost her husband in tragic circumstances and has seen each of her adult children overcome adversity. Deciding it’s time to push her boundaries, she makes a booking to trek the Larapinta Trail across the Red Centre of the remote Northern Territory.
World-renowned nature photographer, Graysen Hughes has come to the outback seeking solace after the death of his wife. Always a loner, Graysen isn’t happy when the tour guide insists on the participants walking in pairs. At least Sandra Porter is quiet and keeps to herself.
After a suspicious accident and the disappearance of their guide, the group separates. When one of the group is murdered, it becomes obvious that someone doesn’t want them to complete the trek. Without any means to call for help, Graysen and Sandra flee into the bush in a desperate attempt to stay safe.
Can they survive the wilderness in the heat and the rugged conditions, and can they both keep their hearts intact as they learn to rely on each other?
Wonderful. Couldn’t stop reading. Only bad thing is now I’m one. All the Porter sisters books have been great!