Who do you trust when a stranger threatens to tear your family apart?
Ever since she was a little girl, Emily Wallace-Jones has loved Rocking Horse Hill. The beautiful family property is steeped in history. Everything important in Em's life has happened there. And even though Em's brother Digby has inherited the property, he has promised Em it will be her home for as long as she wishes.
When Digby falls in love with sweet Felicity Townsend, a girl from the wrong side of the tracks, Em worries about the future. But she is determined not to treat Felicity with the same teenage snobbery that tore apart her relationship with her first love, Josh Sinclair. A man who has now sauntered sexily back into Em's life and given her a chance for redemption.
But as Felicity settles in, the once tightly knitted Wallace-Jones family begins to fray. Suspicions are raised, Josh voices his distrust, and even Em's closest friends question where Felicity's motives lie. Conflicted but determined to make up for the damage caused by her past prejudices, Em sides with her brother and his fiancée until a near tragedy sets in motion a chain of events that will change the family forever.
Rocking Horse Hill is a moving family drama and passionate love story from the author of Heartland.
'Authentic and full of hope.'
'This book blends a delicious rural romance story with a healthy sprinkling of suspense and family drama as well . . . with each novel, Hein takes a step forward. Hers have always contained exploration of family dramas and emotions but she's refining her skills and creating more depth and trying new things . . . without a doubt, this is her best book yet.'
1 Girl . . . 2 Many Books
'With its appealing characters, dramatic storyline and vivid setting, Rocking Horse Hill is an engaging read . . . Cathryn Hein is a must-read Australian woman writer.'
'Hein beautifully weaves a tale that is filled with remorse and redemption, romance and recrimination and a hefty dose of suspense.'
Beauty and Lace
Number Of Pages: 320
Published: 23rd April 2014
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 23.0 x 15.3 x 2.3
Weight (kg): 23.0