Ask Me No Questions

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Shirley Wine takes us back to Darkhaven, where secrets and scandals can’t stay hidden for long…

Ten years ago Logan Sinclair vanished, abandoning his home, his family and the prosperous racing stud of Darkhaven — and Piper Daintry, whose love he once shared.

Now that he’s returned, Logan is greeted with suspicion and distrust — the good people of Cambridge have long memories and he quickly discovers he can’t escape the ghosts of his past, the woman he left behind, or the grief that threatens to bring him to his knees…

He’s heard it said often enough that you can never return home…and Logan quickly comes to realise that he may have compounded his mistakes by doing exactly that. Will learning his secrets push Piper further away, or will he get a second chance at love?


What readers are saying:

Len Klumpp – Avid Rural Romance reader.

I have just finished Shirley Wine‘s new novel, Ask Me No Questions. Once again Shirley takes us back to Darkhaven, a horse stud in New Zealand, and to the Donavan/Sinclair families. This one is Logan and Piper’s story. It’s a story of loss, regrets, forgiveness as well as some suspense thrown in. It is beautifully written in a way only Shirley can write. She makes you fall in love with all the characters and keeps you enthralled to the end. I loved this story and look forward to the next installment. As I have said many times before, Australia has so many wonderful Writers and now I also have to add one from our friends from across the ditch in New Zealand.

A great big 5 thumbs👍👍👍👍👍

4.0 out of 5 stars  Enjoyable Read!

Format: Kindle Edition

An enjoyable, quick read! I liked the characters, especially Logan, and had empathy for their individual trust issues. Of course, they all had their secrets to hide as well 🙂 Whenever a storyline involves the reuniting of a couple who haven’t seen each other for years and years, sign me up! This had a predictable HEA ending, but the journey getting there kept my attention. The conversation flowed, which is always a must to keep me reading a book. The ending seemed a bit rushed though.


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