Bestselling Australian Author
Using experiences and adventures from outback and country Australia in my stories
Mandy's latest Australian fiction release
Bestselling Australian author Mandy Magro returns with a compelling rural romance about love and the cost of keeping secrets.
Can dark family secrets ever truly be buried?
When a horrible twist of fate leaves teenage friends Emma Kensington and Zane Wolfe reeling in the wake of a fatal accident, the two are driven apart for decades.
As a professional bull rider in America for the past sixteen years, Zane has stayed a sensible distance from the one woman he’s always loved but could never have – Emma, his childhood friend, and his brother’s wife. But a phone call revealing his stepfather’s sudden death means keeping half a world between them is no longer an option. Returning to Silvergum, how will he keep his long-held feelings under control?
For Emma, the death of her father-in-law, Peter, is shadowed by the secrets he’d been blackmailing her with. She’s finally free to tell the truth to the man she’s covertly loved from afar all this time. But Peter’s hand stretches beyond the grave, and all too soon Emma discovers she’s not the only one who has been keeping secrets. And to make peace with her past, she could very likely lose everything she loves most…
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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!