A wounded soldier and a free spirit, both determined to follow their dreams but can they resist the call of true love?
The Army and his dearly beloved explosive detection dog Indy are Dean's life he can't imagine doing anything else. Although physically and emotionally tested by the death of his mother in a recent accident, and by his father's wish to have him home, he is still determined to fulfil his lifelong dream of protecting the country he loves. But life has other plans for Dean when he and Indy are wounded in action in Afghanistan and sent home to heal.
Free-spirited Summer has never wanted for anything, with her successful father aiming high for her future at any cost. Much to her father's dismay, instead of pursuing the career he's planned for her she intends to open her own yoga school and meditation centre. But she has agreed to spend one last summer with her parents, at their luxurious beachfront holiday home.
It's here that life takes an unexpected turn when Summer and Dean meet, and discover that love at first sight truly exists.
But can they overcome the very real challenges of coming from very different sides of the tracks? And when Summer has to face the unpleasant truth about an old friend, as well as come to terms with the after-effects of a bewildering assault, she has to make a heartbreaking decision about their relationship.
But Dean refuses to let go of Summer, fighting with everything he has to win her back. With a little help from his wounded war dog, he finally proves to Summer that she should give him a second chance.
Mandy writes great stories...sexy and uniquely Australian! What more do you need? - Adam Brand, Australian country music artist
About the Author
Mandy Magro lives on the family fruit farm in Dimbulah, Tropical North Queensland, with her husband, Drew, and her young daughter, Chloe Rose.
She loves writing about the Australian outback and all the wonderful characters who live there, and her own many adventures on the land have made her the passionate country woman she is today.
Series: MIRA Regular S.
Number Of Pages: 336
Published: 1st September 2014