By Lane, Karly
'I loved this read! The main characters were so engaging, their back stories poignant and heartbreaking yet not melodramatic, their everyday life relatable with an appeal that connects to the reader - this is a fabulous character driven narrative.' Reading Writing and Riesling on... Something Like This Elle works at Brown's grocery store in the small town of Jessup's Creek. The rest of her family all have fancy jobs and endless ambition, but Elle is happy keeping it simple. Or she was, until she lost her job, became suddenly homeless, and was bequeathed a trip to Scotland to scatter her Gran's ashes - all in one day. Not to mention the fact that she keeps hearing Gran's voice in her head, asking Elle to finally take her home. Elle takes a leap of faith, and with the help of the ghost of Gran, dives into the new world of her extended Scottish family. Surrounded by all the myths and magic of the Highlands, Elle realises that while she is saying goodbye to one part of her life, a new chapter is there for the taking.Read more
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Karly Lane lives on the mid-north coast of New South Wales. Proud mum to four children and wife of one very patient mechanic, she is lucky enough to spend her day doing the two things she loves most - being a mum and writing stories set in beautiful rural Australia. Her bestselling novels include North Star, Morgan's Law, Bridie's Choice, Poppy's Dilemma, Gemma's Bluff, Tallowood Bound, Second Chance Town, Third Time Lucky, If Wishes Were Horses, Six Ways to Sunday, Someone Like You, Fool Me Once, Something Like This, and the bestselling Callahans of Stringybark Creek series - The Wrong Callahan, Mr Right Now, and Return to Stringybark Creek. This is her seventeenth novel.
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