Aubrey is struggling to pick up the pieces of her shattered life when her son convinces her that walking 500 miles across Spain via the Camino Frances would be good for her.

When she befriends Pam and Georgina, she meets kindred spirits. Each carry their burdens close to their hearts, trying to find where they fit “in the real world.” 

Overcoming blisters, aching joints, and the uncertainty of life, the trio walk together on a path of trust and forgiveness. But as they shed the miles, and inches from their waistlines, the connection they share bonds them like no other relationship they have ever experienced.

Will the Lovelies escape the demons that haunt them, or will they carry the baggage of their pasts forever?

Will ‘The Way’ provide the answers they’re looking for? Or will it make them face questions they hadn’t thought to ask?  And can they do that without losing what they each want most in the world? 

The Reviews are IN!

“Captivated from start to finish … The bond between the three key characters captured the essence of people connecting on the Camino.”
Meredith Atkinson, Camiga

“This is a book every Camino traveller will want to have not just read, but as woman and a Camino walker, one we want to own and proudly have in our personal book collection, taking pride of place.”
Agnes Allen, Beta Reader

“Really enjoyed walking the Camino again with this book. I was able to see Spain through new eyes … People who have experienced the Camino will enjoy all the memories and people who have not will understand all the ups and downs a Pilgrim goes through. What surprised me most was how much the characters become a part of the scenery. You root them on, feel their pains and see how the walk changes them. This will be a book I will read over and over again!”
Melissa Bennington, Amazon Reader

“I loved this book. The authors descriptions of the things that were seen along the trail was wonderful. It was fun to get to know the 3 main characters and see what the Camino meant to them.”
Lori Oliver-Tierney, Author of “Trudge”



Camino Wandered
– a short story epilogue

It’s been five months since ‘The Lovelies’ left Spain.

Learn what has happened to Pam, Georgina but especially our girl Aubrey, now they are back in Australia.

A short story epilogue to ‘Camino Wandering‘.


They’re on the run.

She doesn’t know why.

Grace has been running since she was five. If only she knew why and who they were running from. At seventeen, she’s relieved when she and her father stop long enough in Sydney for her to finish high school.

If she can stay alive that long. Her father has never been father of the year.

Through her friendship with Lowell, Grace learns about trust. But a friendship with Lowell means taking risks. 

Life-altering risks. 

As her friendship with Lowell deepens so, too, do the nightmares. First there’s the red suitcase. Then a phone. And what’s with all the blood? 

The bigger question? 

Will Grace take the risk to find out what it all means? 

The Reviews are IN!

“Thrilling mind twists and adrenaline packed adventure that expresses the horror, humiliation and pain associated with domestic violence and the torment, guilt, shame and healing survivors move through…a heart wrenching, fabulous read!”
Agnes Allen, Advanced Reader.

“My best read all year! I simply couldn’t put it down… The twist at the end seriously had me shaken. I had to go back and review to see all of the little clues I clearly missed along the way.”
Arzum, Goodreads Review. 

“I could not put this book down. It was sad but heartwarming at the same time. The characters are well developed and the twists and turns are amazing!”
Jill, Goodreads Review.

“I haven’t stayed up this late reading a book for many years but I had to know what happened! No spoilers, but I will say the twist at the end was fabulous.” 
Andie, Advanced Reader.

“Though a bit harrowing at times, and purposefully written, it was a page turner.”
Chelle, Goodreads Review

“Heartbreaking…heartwarming…sad…joyful…overwhelming! I can’t say enough about this book. I would give it six stars if I could.”
Vicki, Goodreads Review