Mack's determined to do what's right for her father...but will she choose what's right for herself?
Mackenna Birch thinks she's met the man of her dreams while on holiday in New Zealand. Adam Walker seems funny, kind and loving...until – to Mack's disbelief – he walks out on her. Nursing a broken heart, Mack returns to the family farm in Australia to find her beloved father unwell and her scheming younger brother home from the city, showing a great interest in taking over the business. Also in her absence, a new worker has been hired, and Mack's unsure of his motives.
Mack longs to make big changes to the farm – changes her father has approved. But with her dad's ailing health, all her plans have been put on hold. Soon Mack finds herself turning to Hugh – her old friend and neighbour – as her confidant. As they support each other through family pressures, their friendship strengthens, leading them to question their true feelings for each other.
Then, out of the blue, Adam turns up from New Zealand, adding to the melting pot of emotions. Soon Mack's juggling some tough decisions and trying to make those around her happy. But can she find the balance and have her own ever–after?
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About the Author
Tricia Stringer is a bestselling and multiple award-winning author. Her books include The Family Inheritance, The Model Wife, Table for Eight, and the rural romances Queen of the Road, Right as Rain, Riverboat Point, Between the Vines, A Chance of Stormy Weather, Come Rain or Shine and Something in the Wine. She has also published a historical saga; Heart of the Country, Dust on the Horizon and Jewel in the North are set in the unforgiving landscape of nineteenth-century Flinders Ranges.
Tricia grew up on a farm in country South Australia and has spent most of her life in rural communities, as owner of a post office and bookshop, as a teacher and librarian, and now as a full-time writer. She lives in the beautiful Copper Coast region with her husband Daryl, travelling and exploring Australia's diverse communities and landscapes, and sharing her passion for the country and its people through her authentic stories and their vivid characters.
For further information go to triciastringer.com or connect with Tricia on Facebook or Twitter @tricia_stringer