A footloose city slicker who couldn't tell a bull from a cow was hardly the ideal candidate to answer an ad for a governess on a Mackay cattle station. But Alice Greenup was game for anything, until she was bowled over by a handsome young jackeroo with a devastating smile.
Alice gave up her city life to embrace the bush and all that came with it: horses, cattle, the obsession with rain ? and the correct way to wear a hat. Determined to make their own future, they gambled their dreams on a vast property called 'Jumma'. It was a huge risk but they were on their way.
But one morning they almost lost it all. And what followed would test their love to the limit ...
About the Author
Melbourne-born Alice Greenup is an author, mother, business owner and farmer who grew up in the leafy bayside suburbs of Brighton, and attended nearby St Leonard’s College. An invitation to travel Australia on the back of a friend’s motorbike was all the prompting she needed to put her life on hold and take off for Australia’s red centre, unaware a new life awaited her on an outback cattle station after a hat tipping cowboy stole her heart.
"Loved the book. Felt seeringly honest. Wonderful story, lots of heart, love and tears." - Sue Williams, author of Welcome to the Outback
Format: MP3 CD
Published: 1st November 2013
Dimensions (cm): 12.2 x 13.2
Weight (kg): 0.07
Edition Type: Unabridged