Rae's charming story is beautifully written from the heart. It is a love story but it also records an important piece of New Zealand social and farming history as woven through her account is the story of the great house itself at Batley and the history of the district.
Love at the End of the Road is a heart-warming, amusing and inspiring story about one woman's journey of discovery. It is also a very candid and courageous story; one that explores universal themes and delves into the 'hidden corners' of a loving relationship, revealing all its joys and tribulations. Rae writes unflinchingly about what she gives up, and gains, in her new life with Rex, and just what it means to find 'love at the end of the road'.
A prolifically illustrated and beautifully designed book which I suspect will become a quiet best seller. It certainly deserves a wide readership.