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On the surface Elsie Jones, country music superstar, has it all. But after a brush with death she is forced to re-evaluate her life.

Events soon take her back to her home town in the wheat belt of western NSW, where she reconnects with her childhood friend Tara Green. Elsie and Tara were misfits together, eventually running away from their small town to muster cattle.

After a terrible betrayal came between them, Elsie moved on to material success but she soon realises that Tara is the one who has managed to overcome her traumatic childhood and find inner peace - lessons Elsie needs to learn.

©2014 Rachael Treasure (P)2014 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

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  • Jess Bond
  • 07-24-15

Another fantastic Rachel Treasure novel!!

A great story, relatable characters and a very forward thinking approach. I really enjoyed this book, and it is well read (and sung) 😊

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  • Jess
  • 11-05-15

Cringed Constantly..

As a real Jillaroo, I am well accustomed to working around faeces.. But does it have to be spoken about throughout the whole book?? I cringed everytime it was mentioned - which was a lot. A little over the top I thought which made this the only book of Rachael's which I actually dislike.
The voice actress was alright for the majority, apart from when she had to sing.