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Dyed-in-the-wool country girl Kate Webster seems t to have a care in the world: playing hard, drinking even harder, she tells herself that she will worry about the consequences later. But there is one consequence she cant escape: the result of a wild dare she undertook when she was nineteen, her little daughter, Nell. Now she seems hell-bent on self-destruction: fighting with her father over the future of their farm after the death of her mother and his remarriage, refusing to reveal the identity of Nell's father, while remaining in love with him, and all too often neglecting Nell herself, while she parties the night away. But destiny is about to take a hand and stop Kate dead in her tracks. As in all Rachael Treasure's vels, tragedy and violence are only ever a heartbeat away. And back into her life, too, is about to walk the father of her child. How can she ever admit the truth to him?
Rachael Treasure was born in Hobart in 1968 and now lives on a sheep farm in Tasmania with her husband John, her children, Rosie and Charlie, and a menagerie of farm animals, including working dogs from their Castleburn kelpie and border collie stud. Rachael began her working life as a jillaroo (trainee farmhand) before attending Orange Agricultural College in New South Wales. She was a rural journalist before becoming a full-time novelist. Her first novel River Run Deep (published under the title Jillaroo) was a bestseller for Penguin Australia. For more information visit Rachael's website Treasure's Tales www.rachaeltreasure.com