In the Company of Strangers by Liz Bryski

In the Company of Strangers by Liz Bryski

Sydney : Macmillan, 2012, 420pp
Found on the Adult Fiction shelves at BYRSKI
Plot Summary : Ruby and Cat’s friendship was forged on an English dockside over sixty years ago when, both fearful, they boarded a ship bound for Australia. It was a friendship that was supposed to last a lifetime but when news of Cat’s death reaches Ruby back in London, it comes after a painful estrangement.
Declan has also drifted away from Cat, but he is forced back to his aunt’s lavender farm, Benson’s Reach, when he learns that he and Ruby are co-beneficiaries.
As these two very different people come together in Margaret River they must learn to trust each other and to deal with the staff and guests. Can the legacy of Benson’s Reach triumph over the hurt of the past? Or is Cat’s duty-laden legacy simply too much for Ruby and Declan to keep alive?

(Source Fantastic Fiction)

Review :  I thoroughly enjoyed the twists of emotions and the great scenery described in this beautiful story of life and human nature set in Margaret River, Western Australia.

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