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Morgan's Law - Karly Lane

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When Sarah Murphy returns to Australia she desperately needs a break from her high-powered London life. And though mystified by her grandmother's dying wish for her ashes to be scattered under 'the wishing tree' on the banks of the Negallan River, she sets out to do just that...While searching for the wishing tree, Sarah stays in the small township of Negallan. It's there that she finally has some time to relax and unwind, there that she finds herself drawn to a handsome local farmer, and there that she discovers her enquiries about her grandmother are causing disquiet within the powerful local Morgan family...Will the Morgans prevent Sarah from discovering the truth about her grandmother? And should she risk her glittering career in the UK for a simpler existence in the country, and the possibility of true love?..By the bestselling author of North Star, Morgan's Law takes you on a compelling journey into a young woman's hopes and dreams.

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    ISBN: 9781742695938
    ISBN-10: 1742695930
    Format: ePUB
    Language: English
    Number Of Pages: 328
    Published: 1st May 2012