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Over Byron Bay: Northern Rivers

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185 pages2 hours

Summary

Melissa Bourne and Andrew Wyatt were neighbours in the country town of Bangalow in Australia. Friends, good friends were all they'd ever been. This situation suited them both until Andrew found someone else. Surprised at her jealousy and with an international job offer in hand, Melissa left the country. She accepted a job offer in Boston, met Jonathan Brinkley, married and settled into life in the U.S.

Five years later she returns to Bangalow for a visit with her father, shortly after the death of Andrew's mother. The two meet briefly at the funeral, and the day before she flies back to Boston providing an opportunity to rekindle their relationship and to recognise that their feelings for each other go beyond friendship. Melissa returns to the States in turmoil.

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Over Byron Bay is a story of friendship. A deep friendship that neither Melissa nor Andrew were prepared to risk for love.

It's a story of heartbreak and hope. Of two people with extraordinarily bad timing.

It's a story or relationships within and between families.

It's a turbulent story of running away and of new beginnings set between Bangalow, Boston, Brisbane and Byron Bay.

A debut novel which will take the reader on an emotional roller coaster ride.

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