Lana returned to New Zealand after the tragic death of her husband, Yuri. Both were musicians. Too painful to continue without him, she finds solace in her old school friend Sarah, who inspires Lana to stay and take up geology. She settles into her new life and new love until she unexpectedly reunites with Paul, her first love. With that she is thrown into turmoil as she tries to reconcile the girl she once was with the woman she became.
Paul travelled the world studying volcanoes, devoting little time to his marriage, but he came home to work on Mt Ruapehu's lahar. His love for Lana never died and when he learns of her whereabouts he engineers himself back into her life.
Every day of his life Alfred tried not to think of his years spent in prison camps. Then some medals are stolen and he is inextricably thrown back to Monte Cassino. But as he follows the search for the medals he is pleased to add some excitement to his retirement years until it comes at a cost, first to Lana and Paul, and then himself.
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About the Author
I enjoy the outdoors, especially tramping for days through valleys and on mountains, getting stinky with the exertion of it and then making camp at the end of the day. I am a geology graduate but work in conservation. I am passionate about animal welfare, karate, embroidery, Scottish Country Dancing and watching sci-fi. Oh, and I play a few instruments (not particularly well, but who cares).