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o  n April 27, 2015
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This book was a great read, the plot was very well put together. It kept you wanting to read to find out
what would happen next.
It had just the right balance of happiness and sadness for me, lots of interesting twists and turns,
interesting relationships between parents and their adult children and a very satisfying ending.
Nice to read a book that is set in your own country (New Zealand) and I felt very much part of the
story because of this. Would recommend this book.
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“This should become a TV series or have its own movie. It’s that good in my opinion.” Review by Mr Butler.

Joanne Kyle watched the image of a naked man waving with one hand while struggling to keep a towel in place with the other. It would have been amusing had it not been her fiancé who was fading from sight in the rear-view mirror. A few hours later she sat on the filthy floor of an airport toilet. Joanne could hold a courtroom mesmerized when she spoke, she could turn heads as she walked through a crowd. Today she could not keep one part of her life together.

Paul is the first member of the Clarke family to feel stifled by life on iconic Twin Pines Station. He wants to break away from the farming tradition, and to do this, he must leave his self-absorbed girlfriend. But Leslie has no intention of letting the most eligible bachelor in the King Country go, and she will stop at nothing to get her own way.

Tragedy brings Joanne and Paul together. What happens will change their lives forever.

Follow the unforgettable story of the Clarke family, and share a romance that will stay with you long after the last page is turned.

Jackie Parry said:- “The nearer I got to the end, the further away I wanted it to be.”

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