By Pamela Cook
Womens Rural Fiction (2013)
Miranda McIntyre thinks she has it all sorted. She’s a successful lawyer planning the perfect wedding to the man of her dreams. When looking for ‘something old’ she remembers an antique necklace from her childhood but her mother denies its existence. As Miranda searches for it in secret she discovers evidence that the grandmother she thought was dead may still be alive. Ignoring the creeping uncertainty about her impending marriage, and doubts about the choices she has made, Miranda takes off on a road trip in search of answers to the family mystery but also in search of herself. Ultimately she will find that looking back van lead you home.
A captivating story of family, love and following your heart.
This story is full of wonderful descriptions of the breath-taking scenery of South Coast NSW, a hint of romance and a gripping plot that makes you keep turning the pages. I could not put this book down!
– C M Green (Amazon May 2015)
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