The fabulously addictive new novel from No. 1 bestselling author Sheila O'Flanagan. When high-flying journalist Sheridan Gray loses her job, her boyfriend and her flat, she knows she must pick herself up and make a new start. But how will she adjust to small-town living and local reporting? Meanwhile, home-loving Nina Fallon's life is shattered when the exploits of her actor husband become national news. Now she's avoiding friends as she runs Ardbawn's guesthouse on her own. When Sheridan moves into Ardbawn, she realises Nina holds the key to a story that will make her name as a reporter again. But as she gets closer to the truth, Sheridan risks jeopardising her relationship with the man she has come to love. Is she better off going it alone? Or is love the greatest prize of all?
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Another great story by Sheila O'flanagan. I would definitely recommend this. A great narrator really easy to listen too - she has a lovely Irish accent. 5*
Retired Psychologist Love reading/audiobooks, travelling, animals Favourite saying The fact that you believe something does not make it true
Certainly one of th best in this genre. I suppose it is chic lit, but its so beautiful written. The characters have great depth. There are many intelligent threads and not a word is wasted. I not big on chic lit. Therefore, the cover and title of this book made me pass it over for a while. I finally purchased it after loving another of O'Flanagan's entitled He's Got to
Go. It was so good that I wanted more written by her. I realise now that I will buy, and probably love, everything she writes.
I have listened to this narrator before, but she was faultless.
A friendly bloke who likes to listen to laugh out loud audiobooks in the car as well as autobiographies. Fave authours are Sophie Kinsella
As I don't get time to read, I always opt for the audio version so I can listen it it in the car when driving for work
Hearing the story unfold of Pauldy o'Malley and past events
She was marvellous! Distinctive accents for each of the characters and told the story beautifully - a joy to listen too. She is on a par with Caroline Lennon whom is also superb
Nothing specifically without giving the plot away - well worth a listen though
I did find the first few chapters a little rambling and I could see myself drifting off in parts but then the main crux of the book kicked in and I was hooked. I listened to the whole book in a few days!
"Don't waste your credit"
A better storyline
No I love Sheila O'Flanagans books I buy everything she writes this one just did not do it.
Everything she was great.
The first few chapters were painful.
The book is certainly not addictive it was a struggle for the first half.
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