When her mother dies after an accident, Astrid Stowell moves to the small New Zealand Coromandel Peninsular village of Hook Bay to live with her grandfather, Steve Barton. She has to cope with life in a new environment with old friends’ help and betrayal, a new school to attend for her final high school year and an early encounter with the forces of nature.
A tsunami builds up in the Pacific Ocean and heads south… directly towards Hook Bay.
In New Zealand the small commuter aeroplane crashes in thick bush country. The pilot is killed and tourists from England Jenny and Bree try to survive by themselves. However, all is not lost, for a tramper in the bush, Ray Barnett and his dog, Pattie find them.
Police in England tell Colin, Bree has been involved in an air crash and is missing. Colin flies out to New Zealand but his intentions are not those one would expect from a worried husband….
When the remote settlement of East Ridge in the South Island of New Zealand is isolated during a snowstorm, Renee and Tyler take in three travellers. Without electricity or mobile phone contact and with all the roads around closed, the five are completely cut off from the world. There, they begin to bond and help one another with problems in their lives.
The Other Mrs Hayes
The story of two women who need to cope when it is revealed that they both have the same bigamist husband. How does Brendon Hayes’ dishonesty and possibly criminal behaviour led to Stacey and Jessica being placed in a dangerous situation?
Lawyers, Alina and Jarin meet while on a white water rafting trip. They survive being tossed from a raft and over a waterfall and manage to reach a bush hut just before a storm arrives. Their lives become closer but dangers lurk everywhere.
Silverstone Law where Alina works has a devious hidden agenda and corrupt leaders. Jarin, is the owner of a small law firm with mainly family law clients.
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