Wildflower HillBook - 2011
Emma Blaxland-Hunter, a prima ballerina from London, must re-evaluate her life after doctors declare her knee unfit for dancing. At the behest of her mother, Emma returns home to Sydney, where she discovers her affluent and loving grandmother, Beattie Blaxland, has left her an inheritance: Wildflower Hill, an old sheep farm in Tasmania. When Emma settles in temporarily to clean out Wildflower Hill and sell it, she discovers a photo of her grandmother with a mysterious child.
Publisher: New York, NY : Touchstone, 2011
Edition: First Touchstone trade paperback edition
Branch Call Number: FICTION Fre
Description: 526 pages ; 21 cm