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The Wildwood Sisters Kindle Edition
About the Author
Mandy Magro lives in Cairns, Far North Queensland, with her daughter, Chloe Rose, and their adorable toy poodle, Sophie. With pristine aqua-blue coastline in one direction and sweeping rural landscapes in the other, she describes her home as heaven on earth. A passionate woman and a romantic at heart, Mandy loves writing about soul-deep love, the Australian rural way of life, and the wonderful characters who call the country home.
To find out more, visit Mandy on her website.paperback edition.
- ASIN : B00U21XUOU
- Publisher : Mira (1 November 2015)
- Language : English
- File size : 675 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 285 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 43,139 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The story goes:- the lovely Renee returns home to the beautiful North Queensland Farm of Opals Ridge after she gets an urgent call that her GrandMa Pearl is in hospital - she hasn't been back for over 9 years. The beautiful Wildwood Acres were a paradise to grow up in with her twin sister Scarlet, until Scarlet disappears without a trace at the age of 16. As she Renee is also threatened she is left with no choice but to leave town and her one true love Dylan behind. She knows returning will be hard but she knows she has to help her grandfather, Stanley (Pa) out on the farm while Pearl is incapacitated. Returning is bitter sweet, it reminds her of the beautiful outback and all she lost but she hasn't stopped thinking about Dyland everyday since she left and wonders what has become of him.
Dylan moved on and has a very cute daughter named Annie. I won't tell you anymore as I don't want to spoil it, but there are so many fabulous parts to this story, the romance, the family, the town, the characters and the murder mystery. The book was well written, well paced and an Aussie gem. Highly recommended.
Engaging and holds your interest.
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But, nine years on, when her Pa rang with the news her beloved Nan had had a heart attack and was in hospital, Renee knew it was time to go home. At least for a few weeks to care for her Nan. She had to face her fears and let the peace and tranquillity of life on Wildwood Acres help her to heal. But was she walking back into terrible danger?
It was three years since Dylan Anderson had lost his wife Shelley to a dreadful accident and Dylan was still lost in grief and guilt. He lived with his six year old daughter Annie and mother Claire on their cattle property, and although he worked from dawn to dusk, the farm was financially unstable. Nothing seemed to go right for him. Then the day he saw Renee Wildwood was back in town, he didn’t know what to think. Here was the girl who had hurt him so badly, now a woman – but he was still bitter and angry. What would the future be for these two young people who had such troubled pasts?
The Wildwood Sisters by Aussie author Mandy Magro was one I was really looking forward to reading. Unfortunately this is definitely not the author’s best work in my opinion. Filled with non-stop Aussie slang, there were places where it didn’t seem to fit and therefore came across as awkward – also a huge amount of never ending inner dialogue and not enough actual conversation between characters. I’d worked out the twist early in the book as well. That said, I will read more by this author.