I've read all of Jennie Jones' stories and they are always the type where I'll pick up the book to read a page or a chapter, and half a book later I'm still reading because I can't put it down. This one has some darker topics as we return to the town of Mt Maria, where there is mystery aplenty and always intrigue going on - this time with the cafe-owner character of Jax who we met in Book 1 of the Rangelands series. I loved Jax and her struggles, but I especially enjoyed reading about the character of Frances (Jax's daughter) and some of my favourite chapters involved Frances' point of view. These gave such insight to the life she'd lived so far, with her father and without her Mum. (She really needs to be with her Mum - she just doesn't know it yet!) There are some lovely lines in this - as you always get with Jennie's books, and I highly recommend it to lovers of Australian romantic suspense and rural romance.