How do you forgive what you can never forget?
Helen Walsh has never stopped searching for the daughter who ran away from home when she was just fifteen. Now, her daughter has found her. Face to face with the woman her child has become, Helen longs to be forgiven for her mistakes.
Ed Collins has walked Helen’s path, and he knows that she needs more than her daughter’s forgiveness. He would help her if he could.
Ed’s wife Stephanie returns – thirteen years after she deserted Ed and their young son. Now Ed is being asked to forgive. Steph was his first and only love… but are some things impossible to forgive?
In the tiny outback town of Coorah Creek, secrets are hard to keep.
What will happen when Ed learns the truth about his wife?
And as Helen plans her daughter’s wedding, dare she dream of her own?
This book picks up the story of Coorah Creek and its residents after the events in Little Girl Lost.
It occurred to me that there hadn’t yet been a wedding in The Creek. I decided it was time and I knew just who should say ‘I do’.
It’s so much easier to plan a wedding in a book than in real life. I knew the dress would fit. I knew the sun would shine. But nothing is ever quite that simple.
I hope you enjoy coming back to Coorah Creek – I know Tia and Max and Trish and all the gang will be glad to see you.
“…Janet paints such a picture with her words.You feel you know, or want to know, this town and the people that live there.” Amazon 5*
“I love the Coorah Creek series (nearly all of them have made me cry – in a ‘good book cry’ kind of way)…” Amazon 5*
“A visit to Coorah Creek is always a delight and this is no exception.” Amazon 5*