All Flynn had ever known was life in the army, so when a night time mission goes horribly wrong and he is sent home he has to re-evaluate his life. Unable to deal with the loss of his best friend and some of his closest mates he seeks solitude in a mountain hideaway. He needs time to think, time to be alone and away from all the people who are worried about him. With his dog Max by his side, and a bottle of whisky in his hand, he seeks the one thing that has evaded him for months. Peaceful sleep.
The last thing on Flynn's mind was falling in love. He'd been burnt before and had vowed never to go there again, but when a mysterious girl lands on his doorstep he's forced to reconsider his plans.
Who is the girl all beaten and bruised? Where did she come from? Where was she going?
One thing that Flynn did know was that she needed his help, but could he deliver? Could he be the man to save her and help her find the answers to the questions they both had, or would he let her down like he had done with his best friend? Will Flynn's heart survive what was about to come? Could he let himself be happy and move on with his life? One person held the answers to all of Flynn's questions, but would he let her into his life so she could help make him whole again?
Vicki was born in Orange, NSW. When she was two years old her family moved to Dapto, a southern suburb of Wollongong. She was kicked out of pre-school at the age of four (for reasons that she will keep to herself).
When she was sixteen she moved with her parents and two sisters (Vicki is the typically misunderstood middle child) to the ACT where, ironically she studied Child Care so she could work in a pre-school.
Now, at the age of 45 she still lives in Canberra with her husband and three adult/teenage children.
Vicki works full time (not in the child care industry!) and is an avid baker. She spends her time taxiing her kids around and baking cup cakes for all the kids who constantly fill the house.
Vicki has always enjoyed writing and is now taking the time to put her stories to print.
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