Kirsty Mitchell is ready to come home. After a tragic accident that left her scarred, she fled overseas. Now, three years later, she's finally returning to Flame Tree Hill, her beloved family farm.
But at twenty-five Kirsty isn't prepared for the terrifying new challenge ahead: breast cancer.
Kirsty's never been a quitter and that's not about to change. But can her budding romance with local vet Aden bear the strain?
As she battles with chemotherapy and as her past threatens to overwhelm her, Kirsty realises you can never take anything – or anyone – for granted. Drawing strength from her family and the beauty of Far North Queensland, Kirsty finally understands what she must do.
A lyrical and heart-warming testament to the power of love – and forgiveness.
About the Author
Mandy Magro lives in the picturesque country township of Mossman, North Queensland, with her husband and daughter. She loves writing about the Australian outback and all the wonderful characters that live there, and her own adventures on the land have made her the passionate country woman she is today. Her previous novels, Rosalee Station and Jacaranda, are also published by Penguin.
'Real rural romance.' Courier-Mail
'Heartwarming and humorous, this epic Australian tale will have you hooked from page one.' Weekly Times