Bequeathed a century-old house, four estranged friends return to their hometown, Calingarry Crossing, where each must stay for a season to fulfill the wishes of their beloved benefactor, Gypsy. Here they finally face the consequences of the tragic accident that occurred twenty years ago and changed their lives forever.
Sara, a breast cancer survivor afraid to fall in love;
Poppy, an ambitious journo craving her father’s approval;
Amber, a spoilt socialite looking for some purpose to life;
Caitlin, a doctor frustrated by a controlling family.
At Dandelion House, each will discover something about themselves and a secret that will bind them forever.
About the Author
Jenn quit Sydney’s corporate chaos to buy a little café in a small town and now spends her days running a unique, dog-friendly B&B on her NSW property and writing life-affirming novels about friendship, family and small towns in which country roots run deep.
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Loved this book form beginning to end and didn't want it to finish. I became involved in the story and the characters and the twist at the end really threw me. Well written and very different. I would highly recommend this to my friends.
A moving novel of friendship, family and forgiveness, I thought House For All Seasons was a warm, engaging story and an impressive debut from Jenn J McLeod. I look forward to revisiting Calingarry Crossing in her next book.
Number Of Pages: 392
Published: 1st March 2013
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Australia
Weight (kg): 0.52