Líle O’Loughlin has worked with racehorses at the family stables all her life. The death of her beloved grandfather, turns her life upside down. When her grandmother, who has always resented the need to raise her, sells the stables, Líle flees Ireland for the Australian town of Gerronta where she’s been offered work with horses.Dane Matthews has returned to outback Gerronta after leaving as a teen under tragic circumstances. As the only vet in the district, he now has to work with people who’d rather shun him because of the past.Dane can’t help but be attracted to the lovely Irish lass working at the local stables. But acting on his attraction isn’t going to happen given his status in the town is bad news. The last thing he wants is the bitterness directed towards him to rub off on Líle.But in Dane, Líle sees a compassionate man who deserves forgiveness and she’s determined he should get it. The problem is her own forgiveness lies seventeen thousand kilometres away in Ireland.Can Dane and Líle heal themselves, and each other, enough to find love?This book is a stand alone rural romance of 50 000 words.