Multi-Published, RuBY Award Finalist Author
Captivating historical and contemporary family sagas
Kaye's latest Australian fiction release
A love so strong it will bind them together forever…or tear them apart.
1835. It begins with a wish made on Midsummer’s Eve, Richmond Bridge, Van Diemen’s Land.
Orphaned Rachel, daughter of a bushranger, doesn’t know that the man she falls in love with isn’t the hero she believes him to be. After they marry, their happiness is torn asunder when Will’s terrible secret is revealed.
With Will gone, Rachel travels to the Port Phillip District to make a life there. As the years pass, their lives separate and intersect, but always there is the bond. Like an unbreakable thread, it stretches between them, holding the promise of a happiness that seems just out of reach. In her loneliness, Rachel turns to another man, while Will returns to his origins, hunting down criminals and bringing them to justice.
Eventually fate brings them together again. Rachel, once more by Will’s side, longs to regain the love she once lost. But Will may never be able to put aside his hurt and forgive her, no matter how much he wants to.
Can they resolve their differences at last? Can the wish Rachel made on that long ago evening finally weave its magic?
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About Kaye Dobbie
Looking back, I always seemed to be writing something, but the first time I actually thought I might make a career as a writer was when I won the local short story contest.
Kaye Dobbie has been writing professionally ever since she won the Big River short story contest at the age of 18. Her career has undergone many changes, including Australian historical fiction under the name Lilly Sommers, to romance written as Sara Bennett and published in the US and Australia. Her books have been translated into many languages. She is currently writing under her ‘proper’ name, Kaye Dobbie, and is published by Harlequin (Mira) Australia and Weltbild in Germany.
Kaye lives on the central Victorian goldfields, where she creates her stories and in her spare time researches her family tree.