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Cornelia Street-bookcover

By: Jorja Fawkner

Cornelia Street

Pages: 240 Ratings:
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In the small town of Macleigh, Aurora, also known as Daisy to some, grappling with the haunting legacy of her parents tragic murder-suicide, finds an unexpected source of solace in her charming yet suffocating hometown. Enter Rowan Daniels, a reserved cop seeking refuge from his own traumatic past. Their initial encounters are tense, rooted in Daisys resentment toward law enforcement and Rowans aversion to human connection. Daisys animosity arises from the mishandling of her parents case, while Rowan is haunted by the loss of his partner in a tragic shootout, leaving him scarred physically and emotionally.

Despite their wary dispositions, a gradual bond forms, fuelled by Daisys charm and Rowans inability to stay away.

In a heartfelt journey of healing, Daisy and Rowan navigate their inner turmoil, unravelling each others guarded layers. Daisys empathy coaxes Rowan out of isolation, while Rowans presence offers Daisy hope and the prospect of love beyond her traumatic past. Amid blooming flowers and shared vulnerabilities, a poignant love story blossoms, transforming Cornelia Street from a place of haunting memories into a haven of new beginnings and shared affection. There are only three little houses on Cornelia Street.

Maybe, it will start feeling like home again.


Jorja Fawkner, a young girl who started reading and has been writing from an early age, is taking her chance to publish her first novel. Currently studying psychological science at Bond University, Jorjas’ first love has been reading. Her speedreading abilities and love of entering people’s minds through their words are something Jorja can’t even begin to explain. From the small country town of Bathurst in Australia. Jorja shoots for her dream—for young girls who find themselves in their little slice of heaven they call a bookstore—to choose her book. Cornelia Street is for those girls.

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