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Kaye Dobbie Kaye Dobbie i(7315472 works by)
Writing name for: Deborah Miles
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y separately published work icon Mackenzie Crossing Sydney : Harlequin , 2016 10483063 2016 single work novel romance

'A passion for photography draws two stories together across time to Mackenzie Crossing.

'Neville 'Pom' Darling, is on the hunt for the perfect photograph.

'Skye Stewart, is searching for her long lost grandfather.

'It's 1939, and Neville, escaping an unhappy marriage and his memories of the Great War, finds himself in Mackenzie Crossing on the day of the terrible Black Friday bushfires. He meets the beautiful Georgie Mackenzie and in an instant knows that she is the subject he has been looking for. As the heat intensifies, Georgie and Pom begin to wonder if they have a future together; but first, they must survive the blaze.

'Almost sixty years later, Sky Stewart returns to the area in search of her grandfather. Did he survive the Black Friday bushfires? Who is the exotic woman in the photograph she found? But when she arrives in Elysian, the closest town to where Mackenzie Crossing used to be, she finds more of her hidden past than she bargained for. A more recent past which she would prefer stayed forgotten... '

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2017 finalist Romance Writers of Australia, Romantic Book of the Year Award Romantic Elements
y separately published work icon Sweet Wattle Creek North Sydney : Harlequin Enterprises , 2015 8774874 2015 single work novel

'The chance discovery of an antique wedding dress weaves together the fascinating stories of three women from different eras: Sophie, in hiding from a troubled past; Belle, who must lose everything to learn what really matters; and Martha, forced to give up those she loves in order to avoid exposure.

'It’s 1931 and Belle Bartholomew has arrived in rural Sweet Wattle Creek to claim her inheritance – a run-down grand hotel formerly owned by Martha Ambrose. Determined to solve the mystery of her birth and the reason why she was bequeathed the hotel Belle runs into difficulties with the townsfolk and their desire to keep their secrets safe.

'Sixty years later Sophie Matheson is on a quest to find Belle and her family after discovering the wedding dress. The Sweet Wattle Creek Centenary brings more challenges when her past catches up and she must fight for all that matters to her. Who were Belle and Martha and what links their lives together?' (Publication summary)

2015 finalist Australian Romance Readers Awards Favourite Contemporary Romance
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