'You know that feeling of comfort you get from a warm drink on a cold, wet day? Imagine if that same feeling could be emulated through the reading of a novel. Well, imagine no more. '
ANDREW RIEMER on 'A Place of Her Own' in the 'Western Advocate'
'A brilliant book from a great trilogy. It is wonderfully written and thoroughly enjoyable. Highly recommended.'
MRS MICHELLE S Blog
'Indulgence defined by 'a Place of Her Own'.
I really recommend this series, it is not often that you read three great books all interconnected but separate, and all fabulous.'
NORTH MELBOURNE MUM Blog
'A new start for a new widow in a new town. But a new relationship puts her in grave danger.'
TASMAN DISTRICT LIBRARIES NZ
‘A Place of Her Own’ has many surprises, twists and turns before finally coming to its more than satisfying conclusion.
'TASMANIAN TIMES' Journalist: Paula Xiberras
'. . . another captivating story from this acclaimed author . . . If you are looking for a well-written Australian romance set in the country, I highly recommend this book.'
'A Place of Her Own is a lovely story of friendship and relationships later in life.'
'I enjoyed 'A Place of Her Own', the main characters are likeable and the minor characters are not just window dressing; they serve a purpose and add to the sum of the whole.'
KAREN O'BRIEN HALL at 'STARTS AT SIXTY'
'We follow Angie as she throws herself into becoming a local, opening a B&B, immersing herself in the town she loves, finding love and heartache along the way, and facing rivals and adversity that turn her life upside down.
. . . it’s a novel you can get your teeth into, absorb and enjoy. . .'
KAY WIGGINS in the Friends Through Folk Art Guild quarterly journal, May 2014
(Used with permission)
'A rural romance to look out for: Deborah O'Brien's 'A Place of Her Own', a novel about starting over and finding love in a gold rush town.'
'AUSTRALIAN BOOKSELLER & PUBLISHER', May 1, 2014
'Revel in romance . . . a romance with thrills'
ROCKHAMPTON MORNING BULLETIN, April 26, 2014