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  • Published: 1 February 2012
  • ISBN: 9781742747903
  • Imprint: Random House Australia
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 297
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Tied To The Tracks




From the author of the bestselling Into The Wilderness historical series comes an irresistible modern love story...

From the author of the bestselling Into The Wilderness historical series comes an irresistible modern love story...

Seemingly out of the blue, tiny documentary company Tied to the Tracks is offered the chance of a lifetime: a personal invitation from reclusive literary legend Miss Zula Bragg to make a film about her life. For Angie Mangiamele and her award-winning team, the offer is almost too good to be true - and impossible to pass up.

But for Angie, the prospect of filming on location in Miss Zula's home town in the Deep South is a mixed blessing because it means coming face to face with the man she once thought was The One. Having returned home to head up Ogilvie University's literature department, celebrated native son John Grant is now engaged to local beauty Caroline Rose.

In a small town rich in tradition and rife with gossip, the sparks that fly when the two former lovers meet again can't escape notice, especially from Caroline's four sisters and the formidable Aunt Patty-Cake, who aren't about to let any interlopers from the city derail their plans for the wedding of the year.

Beautifully drawn with a vibrant cast of characters more than ready for their close-ups, Tied to the Tracks is a sharp, witty and grown-up love story.

  • Pub date: 1 February 2012
  • ISBN: 9781742747903
  • Imprint: Random House Australia
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 297

About the Author

Sara Donati

Sara Donati, the pen name of Rosina Lippi, is the bestselling author of the Wilderness series. A native of Chicago, she lives with her husband, daughter, and various pets between Bellingham Bay and the Cascade Mountains in the Pacific Northwest.

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Praise for Tied To The Tracks

“Donati has a wonderful technique, to put disparate characters together and just let the dialogue fly. Intelligent fun’ - Sunday Age”

“‘Sara Donati has created an intricate small town world with all the complicated dynmaics that go along with too much familiarity with one’s neighbours. It’s a thoroughly enjoyable read if you’re after something romantic that doesn’t take itself too seriously’ - Good Reading”


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