Ten years ago talented Lauren Wheatley was on the verge of golfing greatness. As the world's number one amateur, she stood on the cusp of entry to the women's professional tour. However in a quirk of fate, she imploded in spectacular fashion, during a tournament that would have signaled her immediate entry into the professional ranks. She walked away and never played profeTen years ago talented Lauren Wheatley was on the verge of golfing greatness. As the world's number one amateur, she stood on the cusp of entry to the women's professional tour. However in a quirk of fate, she imploded in spectacular fashion, during a tournament that would have signaled her immediate entry into the professional ranks. She walked away and never played professional golf again.Jo Ashby is a reporter narrating and producing the 'Where are They Now?' series, a program focusing on well-known people who have left fame behind, instead opting for a different direction in life. Her subject for the final program is the enigmatic Lauren Wheatley who, despite Jo's best efforts, evades her attempts at an interview.Jo travels to the pristine wilderness of Tasmania to confront Lauren. However, instead of confrontation, she is captured by the beauty of the surrounding land and the woman herself. Coupled with this beauty lies a greater story behind the fragile façade of Lauren's life. Can Jo break through the barriers Lauren has shielded herself with, and conquer the riddle that is Lauren Wheatley? Can Jo reconcile her professional requirements, yet face her own demons and, once and for all, put them to rest?Set against the backdrop of the Tasmanian wilderness, Love's Redemption follows the rocky lives of two headstrong women, affirming that sometimes the phrase 'and they lived happily ever after' is often more fairytale than fact....
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Love's Redemption Reviews
Amazing read! a very well written story also with some well developed characters..highly recommend (paperback!)
I loved the outdoor setting in Tasmania. All the outdoor action was great for listening on my commute. In general, I would give the book 3-stars. But I have to add a star for the wonderful setting which seriously enhanced my experience of the book. The angst was almost over-the-top.
This book is my cup of tea. A nice love story, great characters (including Annie the ghost), a beautiful setting and an interesting and nicely wrapped up plot. A very enjoyable read.The one downside to this book concerns the publisher (Regal Crest Enterprises). I bought the ebook (epub) and the conversion is badly done. The italic format in the text is completely missing (internal monologues and flashbacks), the text has irregular line breaks, quotation marks and periods at the end of a sentence are missing etc. It is fair neither to the author nor the reader.
A romance story setting in the beautiful Cradle Mountain areas of Tasmanian wildness ..... with a paranormal twist!