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Publisher Description

What would you do for a second chance at first love?

Aspiring actress Daisy Anderson is a hopeless romantic with dreams of finding her own happily ever after. She’s left her sleepy home town of Kilshannon and the heartache of lost love far behind her, determined not to look back… until her past comes looking for her that is!

When disaster strikes and her holiday to sunny Spain is cancelled, the last thing Daisy expects is to open the door to her estranged best friend, Eddie, in desperate need of her help and with one hell of a crazy plan in mind!

Heading back to her home turf to fulfill a dying woman’s final wish might be bad enough, but by the time she sets eyes on Jonathon Eastwood; tall, dark and as handsome as the day they parted, Daisy’s already in too deep to run. Plus, Jonathon’s not the only guy back in town, and with the devastatingly gorgeous Christian Devine back in her life, Daisy’s world is about to turn upside down.

A laugh out loud Irish rom com about first love and friendship.

About the author

I'm a book writing, song writing, script writing mum of three who loves music and all things Nashville. I'm way too easily scared, love romantic comedy movies, singalong nights with friends and family, red wine, musical theatre, new pyjamas, fresh clean bedclothes, long bubble baths and cosy nights in by the fire. I love to laugh, sing and dance and my gorgeous children make sure I do that a lot. I'm a sucker for romance and a teenager at heart and my ideal man is a spontaneous brooding musician who makes me laugh till my sides are sore – I'm also lucky enough to have found him!
Find me on Twitter @emmalou13 or on Facebook at emmaheatheringtonwriter

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2014
February 13
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
280
Pages
PUBLISHER
One More Chapter
SELLER
HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERS
SIZE
2.6
MB

Customer Reviews

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Crazy for You

The first book I read by this author was The Legacy of Lucy Harte. It was a heartbreaking but wonderful book. This one, not so much. This was a very convoluted book with too many characters without any real substance.

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