Annie needed to get out of town and fast. It wasn’t only her life at stake, she had her son to protect as well. Her worst fears had been realised and she needed to go. With limited money, limited resources and limited time Annie and her son Adam leave home late one night in search of somewhere to hide out and heal. Annie went to the only person she knew she could count on, her sister. But she also knew staying with Lori wasn’t an option, she needed to keep moving and she needed to find somewhere to hide.
When Lori’s housemate suggested Annie and Adam go and stay with her brother on his remote cattle station it sounded like the answer to her prayers. No one would find her out there, surely they’d be safe. Five days later they find themselves arriving at Jalinda Station, home of Brock Taylor and his son Logan.
Brock was happy running his cattle station in the South Australian outback, he had his son to keep him company and the stockmen were like family. There was always room for one more at Jalinda Station so when his sister Robin had called to ask a favour he obliged. This was a decision that would change his life forever, and the life of his son.
Beneath Jalinda Skies is the story of four people and how they interact with each other as they learn to trust and love. It’s a moving story that, if I’ve done my job as a writer, will invoke laughter, tears and smiles right to the very end.