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Right As Rain Mackenna Birch thinks she s met the man of her dreams while on holiday in New Zealand Adam Walker is funny, kind and loving but he walks out on her, or so she thinksHiding from a broken heart, Mackenna returns to the family farm in Australia Then, out of the blue Adam returns He s made the trip Down Under to visit his sick grandfather and to track down MackennaWhen he turns up on her doorstep to profess his love and find out why she ran out on him, Mackenna finds herself questioning his love for her



10 thoughts on “Right As Rain

  1. says:

    4.5 sMackenna Birch had enjoyed her holiday in New Zealand and meeting up with Adam Walker had topped it off But when he disappeared without a word one morning, Mack cut her stay short by a few days and returned home to South Australia She was in disbelief, but her shock at learning her father was in hosp


  2. says:

    While on holiday in New Zealand Mackenna Birch teamed up and fell in love with Adam Walker But then he left one morning without a word Heartbroken, Mackenna returns unexpectedly to Woolly Swamp her family s farm in Australia, where she finds her father has had a heart attack Her mother is scheming and has her


  3. says:

    4.5 starsI ve been wanting to read a Tricia Stringer book for a long time, I have quite a few of her other novels on my TBR shelf but an opportunity never presented itself for me to grab one from my collection until now owing to a reading challenge I m participating in.Mackenna Birch adores working on her familie


  4. says:

    Right As Rain is Tricia Stringers fourth novel for adults, the second to be published with Harlequin after the success of Queen Of The Road.This engaging rural fiction is a story of love, family and farming set in South Australia Licking her wounds after a holiday fling goes wrong, Mackenna Birch returns home a few d


  5. says:

    A cute feel good story.


  6. says:

    This is the first time I have read a Tricia Stringer book Thoroughly enjoyed it A great light read and it held and kept my interest.


  7. says:

    Thirty year old Mackenna Birch is on her first holiday in years, a trip to New Zealand to research sheep breeding programs A chef who grew up at Woolly Swamp, a sheep farm in South Australia, Mackenna has been working with her dad, Lyle, to remake the farm into a real boutique meat business She even has plans to turn the old, un


  8. says:

    An excellent read of young woman trying to run the family after her dad s heart attack She returns back home from after a holiday to New Zealand meeting a man she thought felt the same way about her but he left her without a word She is also trained chef as well Her brother works away from the farm and has a girlfriend her also retu


  9. says:

    Predictable but good to read Mackenna Birch thinks she s met the man of her dreams while on holiday in New Zealand Adam Walker is funny, kind and loving but he walks out on her, or so she thinksHiding from a broken heart, Mackenna returns to the family farm in Australia Then, out of the blue Adam returns He s made the trip Down Under to


  10. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book At times I wasn t even game to pre empt what was going to happen but in the end everything worked out Right as rain


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About the Author: Tricia Stringer

Tricia Stringer is a bestselling and award winning author Among others, her books include commercial fiction titles Table For Eight and The Model Wife, the rural romances A Chance of Stormy Weather and Come Rain or Shine and historical sagas Heart of the Country, Dust on the Horizon and Jewel in the North, set in the 19th Century Flinders Ranges Tricia grew up on a farm in country South Australia and has spent most of her life in rural communities She now lives in the beautiful Copper Coast region, often exploring Australia s diverse communities and landscapes, and shares this passion for the country and its people through her authentic stories and their vivid characters.


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