I was born on the edge of the outback in NSW, and from there I pursued life from the hot, red dust of cattle country to our cities and small country towns. I’ve mustered sheep on a horse and a motorbike, spotlighted for foxes and learnt to shoot a rifle, dived the Great Barrier Reef and surrounding islands, speared fish, swam with sharks and dolphins, avoided sea snakes and moray eels, and taken free rides on sea turtles. My home Australia, is such a beautiful country.
All novels are a challenge to write, and it’s exciting to write about something that’s an integral part of our world, love and romance. I love to create strong feisty heroines who know what they want and who also meet their Mr. Right whether they initially believe it or not
Pepper Creek. Out Now. Australian Rural Romantic Suspense.
Desperate to cut all ties from the last four tragic years of her life, Patricia Adams changes her name and her appearance. She returns to Pepper Creek with her fourteen-year-old son, Luke, to clear her name and to follow through on a dream to run Shylah, her deceased parents’ cattle station.
Established at Shylah, Luke befriends the new local police officer. When he fails to return home on time from school, she arrives face to face with an old flame, Sergeant Justin Cooper.
Justin also has a motive for returning to Pepper Creek; to run his parents’ cattle property and to undertake his last assignment. As a detective sergeant familiar with crime investigation, he is assigned to uncover the truth about a fatal car accident fourteen years ago.
Patricia is informed that Shylah is legally tied to the Cooper property and she cannot stand her ground without exposing her identity.
Will she discover what she once lost, simmering under the camouflage of distorted truth?
Will Justin find what his soul yearns, or is it a childhood illusion, lingering in the ashes of his burned memories?