Emma is a prima ballerina in London and at a crossroads after an injured knee ruins her career. When she learns of her grandmother Beattie’s death, and her own strange inheritance—an isolated sheep station in rural Australia—Emma is certain she has been saddled with an irritating burden. But when she returns to Australia, forced to rest her body and confront her life, she realizes that she had been using fame as a substitute for love and fulfillment.
Beattie also found herself at a crossroads as a young woman, but she was pregnant and unwed. She eventually found success—but only after following an unconventional path that was often dangerous and heartbreaking. Beattie knew the lessons she learned in life would be important to Emma one day, and she wanted to make sure Emma’s heart remained open to love, no matter what life brought. She knew the magic of the Australian wilderness would show Emma the way.
Comment: In 2016 I read another book by this author and gave it a high grade. However, besides some small notions and a few scenes, I could barely remember what it was about so I checked my post on it to refresh my mind before writing down my notes on this one and guess what, I could practically write the same things because most of my impressions are exactly the same! Plot aside, the structure of this book is the same of the other, as are my critics on that.