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One Last Day of Summer

One Last Day of Summer is another delightful book from Shari Low that I was so happy to read and review. Book Description As a flight to St Lucia leaves the runway, four passengers meet for the first time. After escaping her controlling husband, Bernadette Manson is taking the first extravagant holiday of her new life. But when her best friend cancels, will she be strong enough to fly solo? Tadgh Donovan is about to jet off to his destination wedding when he sees a shocking text. Has his bride-to-be written her wedding vows… or already broken them? Hayley Ford

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The Sandycove Supper Club

I enjoyed The Sandycove Supper Club so much, that I’ve been reading one Sian O’Gorman book after another this last month! Book Description Do what you love. Love what you do… After a whirlwind courtship, Roisin Kelly ignored the sceptics and objectors and married aspiring novelist Brody Brady. Fast forward one year and Roisin’s honeymoon is well and truly over. Brody has become her reclusive, freeloading lodger whilst he pens his masterpiece and she walks on eggshells. Working in the Council Planning office, Roisin dreams to escape the mundanity of her life. Her true passions are cooking and entertaining her

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Stuck with Him

Stuck with Him is a hilarious and uplifting romantic comedy by Danielle Owen-Jones. Stuck with Him Book Description Lucy Clark has just bought a house with her worst enemy. From the moment Lucy – Miss ‘my self-worth comes from setting myself impossible standards of perfection’ – meets Zack – Mr ‘I’m your infuriatingly laidback yet impossibly ripped new yoga teacher’ – it’s hate at first sight. So when Zack puts in a competing offer to buy her childhood home, there’s no way she’s backing down. After losing her business and her best friend in one great margarita-themed disaster, there’s no way she’s losing her beloved house.

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How To Save A Life

When you read as many books as I do, you realize that there are very few that will keep you up all night, waiting to see how it ends. How To Save A Life is certainly one of those that gave me a sleepless night! 😉 How To Save A Life One night in December, twenty-two year old Ted Green makes his way to Waterloo Bridge determined to end his life. Lonely, despairing and utterly hopeless, it seems the only choice to make. That same night in December, Marianne Cooper is running away from a party. Having found her boyfriend

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Brown Eyes

It was hard for me to resist a story that is told in part by a dog. When that dog, Benji, is a Labrador like my first dog, I just had to read Brown Eyes. Brown Eyes A watchful eye as a marriage falls apart. The phone call, the rows, and the split are all observed by the family Labrador. He knows the habits and senses the moods of his beloved family members. Seeing them unhappy and hurting each other is unbearable. Where did his perfect life go? Her marriage to Phil in crisis, two children at the challenging teenage

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A Mother’s Secret

A Mother’s Secret is a gripping, emotional book that asks the question: What does it take to be a parent?Brand new from the bestselling author of The Last Days of Us. A Mother’s Secret In one split second, Aidan Whelan’s perfect world is changed forever when his wife Rowan and three-year old daughter Milly are involved in tragic accident.Helena O’Herlihy and her husband James have been struggling in their marriage but a knock on the door telling her that James has been involved in a car crash, has Helena rushing to his side.When Aidan and Helena bump into each other at

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