A Tide Too High synopsis
When expat New Zealander and front-woman for international band Polar Blaze collapses on stage, she is issued an ultimatum. Change your lifestyle or pay the price.
Mac Morgan has built her entire life around working hard to prove she's a success. She doesn't know how to slow down. She disappears from media scrutiny and spends time recuperating at a private beach
in the far north of New Zealand, a large coastal property owned by the Stanford family.
London-based Alec Stanford wants what his twin brother has: a home, a wife and children. But just because he's one of the world's most successful businessmen doesn't mean he's good at personal relationships.
After his beautiful socialite wife files divorce papers, he thinks maybe he's just not marriage material. But he's not prepared for the chance meeting with a burnt-out rock star who's hiding out from the media.
A chance meeting that has devastating results.
A Tide Too High
is a New Zealand novel about relationships, misplaced loyalty and being strong enough to believe in yourself.
what readers have said:
"a lovely read...
The writing was very good, and the New Zealand settings were vividly bought to life."
"the rock star and the businessman - a winning combo...
Showed the strength of writing. I look forward to more by this author. I hope she also showcases more of New Zealand in future books!"
I loved how easily you could connect with the characters and their relationships, it was difficult to put the book down."
"great new kiwi author...
Great to read a book from a kiwi author and be able to associate with the places in it. Makes the story and the characters more real."
"an inspiring journey...
I couldn't put it down. It took me on a journey of laughter, sadness and excitement."
Had me hooked from the first page. Awesome from cover to cover."
Loved it! Lots of twists & turns."
"I loved this story...
I could feel my heart racing as I was reading. Brilliant."
"I loved the fast-paced story-telling style and the grittiness of the characters."