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A moving story from bestselling rural romance author of The Outback Heart, Fiona Palmer.
Mothers' Day has always been a special day for Sandi, because her beloved kids spoil her rotten. But this year won't be the same. Her daughter, Gracie, has joined her brother Jack at boarding school and Sandi dreads waking up to a quiet house. Even her husband, Paul, seems distant and preoccupied with farm work. So she never could have guessed what the day has in store . . .
The Empty Nest includes an exclusive preview from Fiona Palmer's forthcoming new novel, The Sunnyvale Girls!
REVIEWS FOR FIONA PALMER
'A rollicking romance that will have readers cheering on the heroine . . . Evokes the light, people, atmosphere and attitudes of a small country town.' Weekly Times
'Fiona Palmer has well and truly earned her place as a leading writer of one of Australia's much loved genres, rural romance.' Countryman
'With shades of Rachael Treasure and Tony Parsons, Fiona has created a wonderful cast of lovable characters . . . A heartwarming romance about finding true love and following your dreams.' Femail.com.au
'One of my favourites among the recent offerings of rural romance. The writing is brilliant.' Newcastle Herald
'A funny, sensitive and intriguing rural romance that quickly builds characters you grow to care about and want to see succeed' West Australian
'Fiona Palmer is an extremely talented Australian author who painted a glorious picture of the wheatbelt region of Western Australia. I could see the sunsets and hear the thunder.' beautyandlace.net
'Fiona Palmer has again delivered a wonderful romance set in Australia's outback.' Toowoomba Chronicle
'A good old-fashioned love story.' Sunday Mail Brisbane
'Palmer's own passion for the land bleeds into the story, her scenes are vivid and genuine, just as her characters are. This is another Australian rural fiction title I am happy to recommend.' Book'd Out
'Palmer has produced a well-crafted novel with a strong sense of time and place in which Australian country life is vividly drawn.' Sound Telegraph
'The Road Home is a great addition to your shelf if you love strong characters and beautiful Aussie landscapes.' The Australian Bookshelf
Published: 26th March 2014