An inheritance is usually a blessing . . . could it also be a curse?
Yallandoo, the cattle station in the rugged, beautiful and potentially dangerous hinterland of tropical Far Northern Australia – passed down through generations from English ancestors. now willed to Cassie Taylor, a young woman from the busy metropolis of Sydney. Can a city girl cope with the challenges of running this vast property?
An Australian rural romance about an unexpected inheritance that sends a city girl down deep into the country...
When Cassie Taylor inherits Yallandoo, a cattle station near Cairns in Far North Queensland, she is shocked.
What does she know about running cattle? But the property has been in her family for generations, and Cassie is not a quitter. She leaves behind her Sydney life and heads to the station, determined to make a go of it.
But a long drought and falling prices mean challenges Cassie doesn’t expect. To save her heritage, she’s going to have to come up with some new ideas — and fast.
Then the threatening letters start to arrive. Someone doesn’t want Cassie to succeed, and they’re willing to go to any lengths to stop her...