The right decisions are always the hardest to make...
Mackenna Birch thinks she's met the man of her dreams while on holiday in New Zealand. Adam Walker seems funny, kind and loving...until, to Mack's disbelief, he walks out on her. Nursing a broken heart, Mack returns to the family farm in Australia to find her beloved father unwell and her scheming younger brother home from the city, showing a great interest in taking over. Also in her absence, a new worker has been hired: the arrogant but handsome Cam, and Mack feels unsure of his motives. The farm is Mack's life...it's all she wants to do, but since she's been away, everything has changed.
Mack has gradually been making small alterations to the stud, but she longs to make big changes changes her father has approved. But with her father's ailing health, all her plans have been put on hold. Soon Mack finds herself turning to Hugh her old friend and neighbour as her confidant. As they support each other through family pressures their friendship strengthens, leading them to question their true feelings.
Then, out of the blue, Adam turns up from New Zealand, adding to the melting pot of emotions that Mack must figure out. She's determined to do what's right for her father, and for the farm, but will she choose what's right for herself?
About the Author
Tricia Stringer lives in the Copper Coast region of South Australia with her husband and their assorted animals. This home base has proved a wonderful place to raise their three, now adult, children and has been a starting point for many a family holiday, camping in favourite Flinders Ranges spots or travelling to other states of Australia. She enjoys a variety of crafts and sipping the odd glass of wine when she’s not tangling with computers, reading a good book or walking on the beach hatching her next story.
Tricia is now the author of six published books, three for children and three for adults. She is currently writing her next adult manuscript while researching a fourth book for children. She finds great enjoyment in bringing history to life for children and also in portraying life in rural Australia in her adult novels. There’s always another story to be written.