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?
©2012 Sheila O'Flanagan (P)2012 Headline Digital
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.
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*
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