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  • The Lawson Sisters

    Even though the storyline was a little predictable I loved this book - I did not want it to end.

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  • Two sisters and a rundown horse stud

    Elizabeth Lawson has been running the family horse stud Willowbrook on her own since her parents Sam and Kath passed away fifteen years ago and the bank pays her a visit. Liz needs to do something to save the family property and she’s run out of options. Kayla Lawson is Elizabeth’s younger sister she works in Sydney as a wedding planner and she’s a successful one. She never thought she would go back to Willowbrook, but when Liz unexpectedly calls her and she pays her difficult sister a visit. Kayla and Liz are very different, Liz is too busy looking after the horses to worry about what she’s wearing and Kayla looks like she could grace the cover of a fashion magazine. Kayla business partner Pascale comes up with an idea to save the property, people want to have weddings in the country, Willowbrook is perfect and it’s in the beautiful Hunter Valley. All they need to do is convince Liz; she doesn’t want a whole lot of strange people stomping all over her farm, in her house and scaring her horses. Her other issue is living across the creek and it’s the handsome stock man Mitch; he’s Liz’s first love and a old family friend. Liz is angry at Mitch, Kayla has no idea why and when she discovers the truth and will the sister’s truce be over? The Lawson Sisters plot is based around relationships, very complicated ones and all set in the Hunter Valley, with an old rundown house and horse stud as the location. With a cast of characters perfect for the story, a wonderful Australian tale, I loved it and five stars from me.

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  • A most enjoyable read!

    Such a well written descriptive location l visualised l was there. A perfect example of the mental torture felt by sisters as a result of a fatal road accident that probably few of us would understand!

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