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After Lyle returned home, and with her younger brother Patrick on the farm plus a worker who seemed rather cocky and sure of himself, Mack could feel undercurrents of discontent rippling through everyone, especially her mother Louise. She wasn’t sure why – other than her father’s health – but she continued on with her work on the sheep farm and tried her best to work alongside Patrick and Cam.
As the days turned into weeks, tensions mounted. Mack’s old friend Hugh was supportive; Patrick was irritating, and Cam – well Mack had serious doubts about him. But then out of the blue Adam turned up. What was happening to Woolly Swamp Farm; the farm Mack loved; her life-long home? Would everything be “right as rain”, just as her father always predicted?
Right as Rain by Aussie author Tricia Stringer was a thoroughly enjoyable read! I love this author’s work, and this one was no exception. There was romance, tension, mystery and intrigue – a great mixture which kept me turning the pages. Highly recommended.
Fresh from her working holiday in New Zealand, and nursing a newly broken heart, Mackenna Birch returns to her family property, Woolly Swamp Farm, to find her place usurped by an errant brother and a shifty farmhand. Her plans to save the farm fall on deaf ears: her father, once a close ally, seems disinterested and her mother shoots down every suggestion. Yet Mac is determined. She pushes through adversity and begins to see her dream take shape. Then a visitor arrives – Adam, the man who broke her heart. As Mac begins to flail under the pressure of saving the farm and her dream, she must guard her heart and her property.
Mac is a strong character and as the story unfolds the author keeps us guessing about her romantic interest. As she faces down opposition, Mac must deal with her wounded heart, confusion about her family’s behaviour and the antics of the new farmhand. The mother’s actions, rational from her perspective (which we know) but baffling to Mac, provide a visceral sense of frustration as we are pulled into Mac’s emotional journey. The author knows this world and there is a reasonable degree of description about a working sheep farm, but like the tasting plates Mac serves in her fledgling Gatehouse restaurant these are delivered in digestible portions.
Right as Rain is certainly a satisfying romance. Yet this is also the story of the struggle faced by a farming community and one woman’s fight to save the property she loves.
Tricia has woven a gentle romance into a book that is really about the hazzards and joys of living on a sheep farm. This is the first of Trica's books that I've read, but I'll be keen to read another.