Fiona O'Brien is Kate's responsible older sister - with a husband, twin boys, a dog, and now - a life-changing problem.
It's a problem that means Kate going back to Dublin. Pronto. There she finds herself stepping into Fiona's shoes - and discovering that she's definitely not cut out to be a domestic goddess.
On top of that, the ex she thought she'd got over years ago turns up to haunt her. Will either of the O'Brien sisters survive? And even if they do, can either of them slip back into their old shoes ever again?
Have you listened to any of Caroline Lennon’s other performances? How does this one compare?
Caroline is my favourite narrater. She is always a joy to listen to, with her lovely, clear, lilting voice and her great ability. Here she is faultless as ever.
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This is a lovely book. Well written, with very likeable, well drawn characters. I cannot bear chic lit of the 'cup cakes, and hotel by the sea' variety. This is not of that of that genre. It remains interesting and enjoyable throughout. I did not want to put it down.
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