She turned her back on the girl she was. He'll show her the woman she was meant to be.
After ten years pursuing a prestigious career in New York, Pip Martin has returned to the Yorke Peninsula to farewell her dying grandmother. She doesn't intend to linger - there are too many memories in the small country town and not all of them will stay in the past.
Like Luke Trenor
Pip walked away from Luke ten years ago, but could they still have feelings for one another or have they both moved on since then?
This is the first book I've read by Trish Morey which I quite enjoyed. If you enjoy readin ...more
I liked Luk ...more
The reunion romance trope is a favourite of mine. A reunion romance already comes laced with extra tension between the main characters because of the past they share and usually, the secret that broke them up and kept them apart.
Something I really enjoyed in this book was the familiarity I felt with the Yorke Peninsula and South Australia. South Oz was a 'home away from home' for me for most of the 2000s and my husbands parents ha ...more
Pip Martin had everything she wanted back in New York. A high flying job she loved and great life. So when she came back to the deathbed of her Grandma, why did she feel something was lacking? Was it to do with Luke Trenorden, the man she had walked away from ten years ago?
Luke certainly felt the spark rekindle for Pip, but would it bring them close or shatter any chances of them ever finding happiness? Then the big s ...more
A year later we were launching her book at the Clare Writers' festival.
I loved this book from page 1, Trish writes with a freshness that is rare considering she has written so much. She brings a new voice to rural fiction, with strong characters who are not afraid to make mistakes, sexy men. Her ded ...more
Pip stays with her best friend Tracey her husband and three children at B& B they own. Pip reconnects with another best friend ...more
Evocatively written, Stone Castles is a second-chance story of 2 teenagers torn apart reuniting ...more
It grabs you from the first page. You are there, whether it be in New York or in South Australia. She transports you within the story, her characters are very believable, from an Australian point of view, her verbalisation is spot on.
She has you laughing with the sisterhood, cheering on the larrikins, and endearing you to a small country township, where people know ...more
A lovely story about connection, forgiveness, and belonging. I cried, I laughed, I sighed.
Loved seeing South Australia charm the pages in effect being its own character.
This is Trish Morey's first single title and I'm looking for ...more
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Pip is returning home to see her dying gran, and her lifelong friends after a long time away. The visit forces Pip to confront her past, what it means to be happy and the one man she hasn't ever been able to forget.
A four ...more