Margareta Osborn's latest rural bestseller is once again a wonderful combination of comedy, tragedy and celebration of the bush.
Dreams can come true just be careful what you wish for. . .
All her life Julia Gunn has been weighed down first by a controlling father, then by a staid older husband, and always by a long-buried secret from her teenage years.
Now, widowed at just thirty-six, she's going to do something for herself.
Except en route to a new life on the coast at Lakes Entrance she finds herself courtesy of a rockslide stuck in the remote mountain town of Lake Grace.
Yet maybe fate is on her side. Because Lake Grace is home to Rick Halloran ex-rodeo king, sculptor and grazier and the man with whom she enjoyed a brief, unforgettable romance twenty years ago.
Not only that, but Julia has dreamed of running her own cafU, and she's just spotted a For Sale sign outside the prettiest little tea-room by the lake. . .
Julia is finally on the verge of the life she's always wanted.
Then her long-buried secret knocks at the door. . .