It’s 1807 and Australia settlers John and Hannah Bradshaw have worked hard and long to make a good life for themselves at their sheep farm in New South Wales. They have a house that finally feels like a home, and they even have a loving, adopted son. But just when things are looking up, their world is turned upside down.
Years ago, when John was in prison, he was told his first wife died. So how is it that she shows up in Sydney Town looking to pick up where they left off? And what doest this shocking news mean for Hannah and their son?
Bonnie Leon is the author of sixteen novels, including the popular Queensland Chronicles and the Sydney Cove series, plus the bestselling Journey of Eleven Moons. She’s presently in the midst of a new Alaskan series set during the 1930’s about a woman named Kate who loves to fly.
Bonnie stays busy speaking for women’s groups as well as teaching at writing seminars and conventions. She and her husband Greg live in the mountains of Southern Oregon. They have three grown children and four grandchildren.