'A deeply touching, delicious, slow burn of a love affair. A really excellent book and Jenny Ashcroft's best yet.' Dinah Jeffries
'The perfect way to lose myself, escaping from the every day to travel around the world.' Louise Douglas
What if all you needed to do to find home, was leave?
Wanted: companion to escort a young, orphaned child home to Australia.
All expenses as well as passage covered.
Interested parties to apply without delay to 32 Williams Street, Belgravia.
Rose Hamilton is in desperate need of a fresh start. There are so many reasons she should ignore the advertisement: the war, those treacherous seas, her family, her fiancé... but she cannot help herself. Within weeks, she is boarding an enormous convoy, already too attached to five-year-old Walter Lucknow.
But rural Queensland, and the cattle station home of Walter's parents, is not as either of them were told to expect. Rose cannot leave this little boy she's grown to love until he is happy, and she knows the key to this is Walter's wounded fighter pilot uncle Max. But how will she ever part with Walter? And what if he isn't the only reason she wants to stay?
'An epic story of hope and heartbreak.' Iona Grey
'Utterly emotive and beautiful.' Lorna Cook
'I was swept away by this sumptuous story of love and belonging set in glorious Australia.' Tracy Rees'Gorgeously written and utterly absorbing. Ashcroft fans are in for a real treat.' Emma Rous
'Under the Golden Sun transported me, like its heroine Rosie, to exciting, sun-filled places in the company of intriguing characters I never wanted to leave.' Liz Trenow
'Ashcroft writes with the perfect blend of elegance and emotional punch, and her depiction of rural Australia is thoroughly transportive.' Hazel Gaynor
Jenny Ashcroft's writing is...
'Mysterious' Dinah Jefferies
'Moving' Tracy Rees
'Emotional, evocative and enthralling' Kate Furnivall
Perfect for fans of Kirsty Manning, Dinah Jefferies, Victoria Hislop and Natasha Lester.