Bestselling Australian Author
Using experiences and adventures from outback and country Australia in my stories
Mandy's latest Australian fiction release
An authentic and heartfelt story about uncovering who you truly are and where you belong from bestselling Australian author Mandy Magro
After making a mistake that felt like the end of the world to her teenage self, Nina Jones fled the small town of Huntingvale. Now sixteen years later her beloved adoptive mother, Bea, has passed away, forcing Nina to return and decide whether to sell her family home, Riverstone Ridge. But even though Bea can’t be there to help her through it all, she’s left Nina five letters, one sent a week, to finally share the secrets she’d been unable to reveal in life.
For Logan Steele, Nina’s return is the catalyst he’s needed to finally move beyond his tragic past and start living again. But only if she stays. When mysterious and increasingly worrisome accidents start happening around the homestead, both Logan’s cop instincts and his protective feelings toward Nina spur him to investigate. Will he be able to piece together the puzzle of the past in time?
And with dark family secrets emerging from Bea’s last words rippling into the present day, how will Nina find the courage to be truthful to the one man who has always held her heart?
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About Mandy Magro
It’s my dream that through my writing I’m able to give readers a taste of the beautiful Australian countryside, from the dust on your face, the smell of horses and cattle, unforgettable Aussie characters, and to the country sun on your skin, all the while evoking plenty of emotions.”
I live in the picturesque FNQ township of Cairns with my beautiful daughter, Chloe Rose. Being a lover of both the country and the the coastal lifestyle, living here gives me the best of both worlds!
I decided to put pen to paper about 10 years ago, writing about the many memorable adventures I’ve experienced on the land, from being a station cook, helping behind the chutes at rodeos, to being a fruit farmer. Little did I know this would be the beginning of a very exciting writing career!