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One Summer

One Summer

Fans of Maeve Binchy will love the IRISH NO.1 BESTSELLER Roisin Meaney and this heart-warming story of love, friendship and fate set on Roone, a small island off the west coast of Ireland …

Nell Mulcahy grew up on the island so when the old stone cottage by the edge of the sea went up for sale, the decision to move back from Dublin was easy.

But when Nell decides to rent out her cottage for the summer to help raise money her forthcoming wedding to Tim, she’s unprepared for what’s about to happen …

As she welcomes holiday-makers to her cottage, Nell must face some truths: about her upcoming wedding to Tim, and her friendship with his brother, James.

And, meanwhile, her father delivers some astounding news which leaves Nell, her mother and the island reeling …

But will Nell make it down the aisle?

One thing’s for sure, it’s a summer on the island that nobody will ever forget.
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Modern & Contemporary Fiction (post C 1945)

On Sale: 5th April 2012

Price: £13.99

ISBN-13: 9781444706819

Reviews

'A book to bring some sunshine into your life'
Woman's Way
'If you like Maeve Binchy, this will be a treat'
Stellar magazine
Praise for Roisin Meaney
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'This is a feelgood book you won't be able to put down'
Irish Independent
'This book is like chatting with a friend over a cup of tea - full of gossip and speculation, and all the things that make life interesting.'
The Irish Mail on Sunday
'A warm, engaging read'
Woman's Way
Meaney weaves wonderful, feelgood tales of a consistently high standard. And that standard rises with each book she writes.
Irish Examiner
'Highly engaging and heartwarming (...) I truly adored the book and devoured it within a few short hours.'
Melissa Hill
The plot will draw you in; and there is both laughter and tears along the way. Meaney is an accomplished storyteller.
Books Ireland
A heart-warming story . . . that readers are bound to devour
Irish Independent