When Trina Garland fled Melbourne for Tasmania, she planned to spend a few stress-free weeks away from her possessive ex-boyfriend, relaxing at her Aunt Jenny's farm. The last thing she wanted was to find herself sharing her aunt's farmhouse with a tall, dark, handsome stranger--even one as charming as her new-found cousin, Alister McKenzie.
Got this from fictionwise, because I like Sally Odgers (though this was written under her pseudonym of Tegan James). I read it because I felt like something light.
It was okay; your average romance. The setting was good, though.