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April's Rainbow - Cathryn Hein

Paperback Published: 15th January 2016
ISBN: 9780994467447
Number Of Pages: 210

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From the spectacular beauty of Victoria's lush western districts comes this deeply emotional story of grief, courage and love. When shy farmer Tristan Blake is given free rein to manage iconic local property Rainbow, he soon finds himself living his dream. Even more so once the farm's dark-haired artist owner April Tremayne arrives.

April is mysterious and slightly wild, with an air of tragedy, and Tristan is captivated. The more involved he becomes with April and her eccentric projects, the harder he falls for her. April might believe the price of love is pain, but Tristan vows that is one thing she'll never experience with him. But even the sweetest dream can turn dark. April is haunted by the very heartbreak she'd come to Rainbow to heal, and as her demons tighten their grip, Tristan is torn between keeping his promise or betraying the woman he loves. And the risk of either choice is losing her forever.

A compelling and moving rural Australian story from Cathryn Hein, best-selling author of Summer and the Groomsman, The Falls, Rocking Horse Hill, Heartland, Heart of the Valley and Promises.

About the Author

Cathryn Hein is a best-selling rural romance and romantic adventure author whose novels have been regular finalists in the Australian Romance Reader Awards. A South Australian country girl by birth, she loves nothing more than a rugged rural hero who's as good with his heart as he is with his hands, which is probably why she writes them! Her romances are warm and emotional, and feature themes that don't flinch from the tougher side of life but are often happily tempered by the antics of naughty animals.

Her aim is to make you smile, sigh, and perhaps sniffle a little, but most of all feel wonderful. Cathryn currently lives at the base of the Blue Mountains in New South Wales with her partner of many years, Jim. When she's not writing, she plays golf (ineptly), cooks (well), and in football season barracks (rowdily) for her beloved Sydney Swans AFL team.

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ISBN: 9780994467447
ISBN-10: 0994467443
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 210
Published: 15th January 2016
Publisher: Cathryn Hein
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 20.3 x 12.7  x 1.1
Weight (kg): 0.21

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Cathryn Hein

About the Author


Cathryn Hein was born in South Australia’s rural south-east. With three generations of jockeys in the family it was little wonder she grew up horse mad, finally obtaining her first horse at age 10. So began years of pony club, eventing, dressage and showjumping until university beckoned.

Armed with a shiny Bachelor of Applied Science (Agriculture) from Roseworthy College she moved to Melbourne and later Newcastle, working in the agricultural and turf seeds industry. Her partner’s posting to France took Cathryn overseas for three years in Provence where she finally gave in to her life-long desire to write. Her short fiction has been recognised in numerous contests, and published in Woman’s Day.

Cathryn’s first three novels, Promises, Heart of the Valley and Heartland were finalists in the 2011, 2012 and 2013 Australian Romance Readers Awards. Rocking Horse Hill is her fourth rural romance novel. In September she will release The French Prize, her first romantic adventure story.

Cathryn currently lives at the base of the Blue Mountains in Sydney’s far west with her partner of many years, Jim. When she’s not writing, she plays golf (ineptly), cooks (well), and in football season barracks (rowdily) for her beloved Sydney Swans AFL team.

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