'You should come to the drought-relief fundraiser,' Kaydon said to Holly. 'It's a big fancy ball, heaps of fun.' Boy, could
this girl use some fun. And some rump steak. Holly shook her head. Kaydon gave up. Trying to make her smile was like doing
a rain dance. There were clouds and rumblings, and a sprinkle here and there. But no amount of fancy footwork was going to
make it happen for real.Holly Harvey doesn't want to move to Gunnedah, far from her friends and her home near the beach. And
she's a vegetarian, so living on a beef property, with cattle yards, polo ponies and pig-shooting, makes it even worse. She
and Kaydon are worlds apart - until a fight breaks out at the fundraising ball. Another addictive romance for teenagers from
the author of Jumping Fences.