The prequel to Prosers Bay is here!
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Old age might be a curse for some, but Doc's not giving up on life.
Doc Morris loves Prossers Bay more than anything. Except his son. Jamie's got an important job in a hospital hundreds of miles away and as proud as he is that's been hard to digest. Luckily he has a town full of friends, even if it's not quite the same as having family.
Then in walks Mary-Anne to his staid life. She's fun, kind, and seems to enjoy his company. Finding love at his age wasn't what he was looking for. But it's hard to deny that she makes him feel more alive than he has in years.
How do you fix a broken marriage?
Max has been in love with Abby forever and marrying his childhood sweetheart was a dream come true. But a series of devastating life events have driven a wedge between them and their marriage has gone from passionate togetherness, to leading separate lives.
Abby fears that she can never be the wife that Max deserves, but when a Christmas miracle happens, she’s offered the chance at creating the family they've always wanted. If it’s not too late for their marriage, these two wounded souls might have a second chance at their happy ever after.
Trusting yourself is sometimes harder than trusting someone else.
In Megan’s world, she ruled. She had to. With twin five-year-old daughters to support she wasn’t planning on letting a man take charge of her life ever again. She wasn’t planning on a lot of things.
As the owner of the new resort in Prossers Bay Jordan Lambert represents everything she despises - rich men who think they can buy anything they set their minds on. There was no way she was letting him close, no matter how much he persisted. No matter how sexy and attractive he was.
Just when he’d thought things were running smoothly at the resort, and in his life, Jordan finds out that couldn’t be further from the truth. He needs to hire someone fast, and Megan Adams with all the necessary skills, is the one he wants. The fact that she stirs his blood with her sassy mouth and her fiery hair is irrelevant.
The prodigal son has returned to Prossers Bay.
His past makes returning to Prossers Bay a double edged sword for Dr Jamie Morris. Determined to care for his sick father, he knows that the small town will not have forgotten the events that plagued his childhood, nor the woman who broke his heart. The woman he will eventually have to face.
With the dream of opening her own café crushed, Stephanie Green is astounded by Jamie’s offer of help, but taking money from her ex-lover isn’t an option. Except, it’s the only one she has, and like everything he does, Jamie makes it too tempting to refuse.
Is it possible to trust that one person you truly loved not to hurt you again?
Sometimes a wish comes true. Sometimes more than one.
Being a good daughter is how author, Emily Richards, has lived her life. With a mother like hers that isn’t easy. After an argument she can’t forget, Emily arrives in Prossers Bay confused and hurting. Her wish to be happy; to not feel like she must answer for everything she is, or does, seems out of reach, but she’s going to try.
Mason Anderson is happy. At least he thought he was. Then feisty Emily turns up in Prossers Bay. He can’t get her out of his head, and his blood runs hot every time he sees her. Understanding that she’s in pain, Mason isn’t scared off, even though convincing Emily that he’s not trying to ‘fix’ her might be beyond his skills as a therapist.