Jenn J McLeod lives a nomadic life in a fifth-wheeler caravan, her days spent writing heart-warming tales of friendship, family and contemporary country life. Best known known her four Seasons novels (Simon & Schuster), including House for all Seasons (the #5 Best Selling Debut Novel in 2013), her fifth novel, A Place to Remember, is published by Head of Zeus (UK) and available world-wide. http://www.jennjmcleod.com
Thirty-five years ago, Watercolour Cove is a very different place. Two teenage brothers are working the steep, snake-infested slopes of a Coffs Coast banana plantation & life is simple until tragedy strikes, starting a chain reaction that will ruin lives for years to come and lead a curious young woman back to discover the truth can heal.
Sometime this season, the secret keeper must tell, the betrayed must trust, the hurt must heal. Stranded amid rising floodwaters, on a detour to the tiny town of Coolabah Tree Gully, Paige discovers the greatest betrayal of all happened there twenty years earlier. But are some secrets best kept for the sake of others?
Four estranged friends stay a season each at the century-old Dandelion House to fulfill the wishes of benefactor, Gypsy. Sara: breast cancer survivor afraid to fall in love; Poppy: ambitious journo still craving her father’s approval; Amber: spoilt socialite addicted to painkillers and procedures; Caitlin: a doctor frustrated by a controlling family. Each woman discovers something about themselves and a secret tying them to each other and to the house forever.
27 y.o. Ava meets John Tate. At twenty, the fifth generation grazier is a beguiling blend of both man, boy and a terrible flirt. With their connection immediate and intense, they begin a clandestine affair right under the noses of John’s formidable parents.
Thirty years later, 25 y.o Nina discovers an urban myth about a love-struck man, a forgotten engagement ring, and a dinner reservation back in the eighties.