'Coming home can be harder than leaving.'
Outback Australia, 1924: Matron Marion Henderson of Idavale Private Hospital wants romance in her life and promises she’ll go out with the first man who asks. That man is Bill Carter, ex-pastoralist, ex-soldier, wanderer, whose guilt about leaving home for war has kept him from returning ever since. Marion wants someone reliable with whom to share her life, but Bill’s behaviour rekindles Marion’s memories of her war-damaged first husband.
Can they face their ghosts and create a future together?
About the Author
* Winner, 2018 Romance Writers of Australia 'Little Gems' Short Story competition. *
** Author of Amazon best-selling viking romance 'Enthralled'. **
Isabella Hargreaves writes Romance through the Ages. From the Anglo-Saxon and Danish frontier in tenth century England, to the English Civil Wars, to the Regency era and outback Australia in the 1920s, Isabella has a story to tell.
Her love of history surfaced in childhood. Now she works as a historian, researching and writing about people, places and events from the past.
Isabella lives in Brisbane, Australia with her family and a house full of pets. When she's not reading and writing, Isabella loves horse-riding and walking. She dreams of an around-the world trip to indulge these passions.
For more information about Isabella Hargreaves see www.isabellahargreaves.com
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