A collection of short stories by one of Australia's favourite writers, including the novella 'Odd one out'. They all have Monica's trademark warmth and humour, and cover themes such as family relationships, getting over lost love, finding new love, healing from past hurts, finding your true self, and are fun and easy to read
This heart-warming and colourful novel about the power of dreams brings to life Australia's exotic far north of days gone by, with its vibrant mix of cultures and personalities. House on the Hill follows three sisters' joys and heartbreaks - and the difficult choices they have to make that change their lives forever
Alice Campion is the pseudonym for five members of a Sydney book club who challenged themselves to write a 21st Century Thorn Birds . The result is a captivating rural novel, brimming with romance, mystery, and suspense.
Former city girl Jacqueline Havelock, Wattle Creek's newly arrived psychologist, has settled in to country life and is slowly coming to terms with the town's quirky ways. Farmer Damien McAllister's plans with his animal welfare venture are falling into place nicely and it finally feels like he has a future to look forward to. But everything can change as quickly as the fickle weather -- and it does.
Nurse Lauren Simpson is known in Hope Junction for all the wrong reasons, and she's over it. Watching the man she's always loved marry someone else is the last straw, she decides to get out of Hope. But her resolve is tested when the hot new locum doctor arrives in town.