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Publisher's Summary

A sweeping tale of passion and survival from the Victorian goldfields to the dark heart of Sydney Town.

Winter 1852. Adam has just returned from the Californian goldfields and is heading for Bendigo in Victoria, the new El Dorado. He comes across Ella, injured, penniless and with only the clothes she is wearing. Adam is the son of a convict with the determination and intelligence to ‘better’ himself. Despite her current circumstances, it is obvious to him that Ella is a lady, and although Adam might believe himself as good as any man, the class divide remains. 

When Ella wakes beside an isolated lagoon, all she can remember are frightening and tantalising pieces of a dream. Even her name isn’t her own, but one given to her by Adam, who has agreed to her travelling with him while she struggles to discover the truth. As the days go by, and their journey northward continues, Ella learns to adjust to the harsh realities of her new life and grows to like and admire her unlikely companion. 

Ella and Adam must find their way through old dangers and newfound love, to confront the shocking truth. A truth that will change their future forever.

©2018 Kaye Dobbie (P)2019 Bolinda Publishing

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  • 28-08-19

romance

while listening I had the feeling it was a mills and boon in a historical narrative.