A pitch-perfect new rural romance from the bestselling author of Once Burnt, Twice Shy.
'A story of faith, courage, strength and future prospects ... a sizzling summer read.'
Mrs B's Book Reviews on Once Burnt, Twice Shy
When a drought dries up the contents of a dam on her uncle's property, investigative journalist Phillipa 'Pip' Davenport is astonished at what she finds.
On a deadline and with a severe case of writers' block, Pip turns away from her immediate interest in the waterhole's contents. However, the universe and her neighbour seem to have other ideas. And then there's the mysterious detective assigned to the case who Pip is beginning to find very distracting.
When the only person of interest is a local ninety-eight-year-old war veteran, Pip feels drawn back to the case despite her crazy schedule. But how often does a cold case murder land on your doorstep?
More questions arise as long-buried secrets suddenly emerge with some hard truths for the little town to face. Meanwhile, Pip finds that she must also face her past in order to see the truth clearly.
Praise for Karly Lane:
'There is plenty here to adore … Karly has the wonderful ability to balance the intense landscape and memorable characters with an alluring plotline … engaging the reader with suspense and love.' - HappyValley BooksRead on Once Burnt, Twice Shy
'… an enduring story of the courage and resilience shown by so many.' - Mic Loves Books on Once Burnt, Twice Shy
'Full of romance, humour and a touch of the supernatural, this is another engaging tale by the reliable Karly Lane.' - Canberra Weekly on Take Me Home
'I didn't want the story to end … Karly Lane has proven herself time again in rural romance and now she has smashed the contemporary fiction genre with Take Me Home.' - Beauty and Lace on Take Me Home
Karly Lane lives on the mid-north coast of New South Wales. Proud mum to four children and wife of one very patient mechanic, she is lucky enough to spend her day doing the two things she loves most - being a mum and writing stories set in beautiful rural Australia.
Her bestselling novels include North Star, Morgan's Law, Bridie's Choice, Poppy's Dilemma, Gemma's Bluff, Tallowood Bound, Second Chance Town, Third Time Lucky, If Wishes Were Horses, Six Ways to Sunday, Someone Like You, Fool Me Once, Something Like This, Take Me Home, Once Burnt Twice Shy and the bestselling Callahans of Stringybark Creek series - The Wrong Callahan, Mr Right Now, and Return to Stringybark Creek. This is her nineteenth novel.
Allen & Unwin
Allen & Unwin
Paperback - C format