After working as a nurse with Australian soldiers in World War I Amy Carmichael settles in the little town of Gindaroo South Australia. There she is reunited with one of her former patients good-natured Danny McLean and his moody brother Randall. The McLeans own Drovers Way a sheep and cattle station just out of town. But Drovers Way is in trouble -- and so is Amy. She has become engaged to Danny but is dismayed to find that it is Randall for whom her feelings are strongest. And Randall is engaged to Elizabeth Walpole the daughter of the McLean brothers' greatest rival. In and around Gindaroo rumour is rife and when Amy and Randall's feelings for each other become obvious it creates a feud between the Walpoles and McLeans that will have disastrous consequences ...With unforgettable characters vivid settings and a sure storyteller's instinct Lynne Wilding weaves a tale of love and choices set against the wide brown acres fo the Australian landscape.