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Bad Behaviour (by Sheila O'Flanagan)

Headline Review (01 May, 2008)

Darcey and Nieve were best friends for life. Until Nieve stole the heart of Aidan, the boy Darcey had fallen in love with while Nieve was travelling. Aidan was going to propose the very night Nieve caught his eye, and Darcey had seen the ring. For the next ten years she's haunted by the memory of her humiliation. No career success, no comfort her eccentric but loving family can offer, not even (short-lived) ...

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One Summer (Shelter Bay Novels) (by JoAnn Ross)

Signet Book (05 Jul, 2011)

When former U.S. Marine photojournalist Gabriel St. James arrives in Shelter Bay to help out a fellow Marine, the last thing he expects is to meet a woman like Charity. A veterinarian with a past that would have defeated a less resilient woman, Charity still possesses a heart as generous as her name. She's known men like Gabe before-but with a shared attraction impossible to deny, Charity and Gabe agree to ...

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The Homecoming (Shelter Bay) (by JoAnn Ross)

Signet Book (06 Jul, 2010)

Former Navy SEAL Sax Douchett returns to his home town and is hailed as a local hero. But starting over is difficult when he unearths a long- buried secret that reunites him with a past he's never forgotten. She's Sheriff Kara Conway, a girl who's always held a special place in his heart. But as he cautiously reconnects with Kara and bonds with her young son, another long-held secret in Shelter Bay threaten ...

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16 Lighthouse Road (MIRA) (by Debbie Macomber)

Mira Books (20 Feb, 2009)

Family court judge Olivia Lockhart has a failed marriage, a difficult relationship with her daughter, Justine, and a mother who has plenty of opinions and is always willing to share them. When Olivia denies a divorce in court, there is a frenzied reaction and, thanks to an article by Jack Griffin in the local paper, everyone's talking about it.

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Isobel's Wedding (by Sheila O'Flanagan)

Headline Review (01 May, 2006)

Four hundred and twenty pearls hand-sewn onto the wedding dress. The Mediterranean honeymoon booked for months. A pile of presents bigger than Everest. And her lovely Tim, the most perfect bridegroom a girl could wish for. Except, two weeks before the wedding, he changes his mind... Isobel's wedding is off. Her world in tatters, Isobel turns to Spain, a new job, a new life and as many men as she can dece ...

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The Nanny (by Melissa Nathan)

Arrow (03 Apr, 2003)

When Jo Green takes a nannying job in London to escape her small-town routine, complicated family, and perfect-on-paper boyfriend Shaun, culture shock doesn't even begin to describe it. Dick and Vanessa Fitzgerald are the most incompatible pair since Tom and Jerry, and their children - glittery warrior pixie Cassandra, bloodthirsty Zak and shy little Tallulah - are downright mystifying. Suddenly village lif ...

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MOUTH TO MOUTH (by Erin McCarthy)

Kensington (07 Feb, 2008)

It was supposed to be your average stakeout. My partner and I would scope out both the coffee shop and Laurel Wilkins, the latest target of con man Trevor Dean's scheme to meet women online and bilk them of their money - and everything else. So I went inside to get a better look. So she happened to be gorgeous. So she knew my name - Russ Evans - and hugged me like we were more than friends. So what is going ...

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He's Got to Go (by Sheila O'Flanagan)

Headline Review (06 Mar, 2006)

If only it was that easy - especially when you’ve got an eight-year-old daughter to think about and a part-time job that barely pays the milk bill. Nessa Riley, who believes that with her husband, her little girl, and the home she loves, she has it all, is suddenly faced with the hardest decision of her life. Can she ignore what Adam seems to be up to and hang on to the happiness they’ve enjoyed for the ...

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Inside the Whale (by Jennie Rooney)

Vintage (08 Jan, 2009)

Stephanie Sandford, recently widowed, must tell her family the truth. But the past is indistinct and it's complicated. First, there was her mum, who developed an anxious streak after marrying the wrong Reg. And then there was the young man from the dairy who gave Stevie swimming lessons before he broke her heart.

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Tasting Fear (by SHANNON MCKENNA)

Brava (01 Aug, 2009)

Nancy, Nell, and Vivi are three sisters who know there is no force on earth greater than love. When their adored foster mother is murdered, the D'Onofrio women come together to hunt for her murderer - and track down a family legacy gone missing: rare, priceless art from the Renaissance, a treasure worth killing for.

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Sense and Sensibility (Penguin Classics) (by Jane Austen)

Penguin Books (02 Sep, 2004)

Two sisters of opposing temperaments but who share the pangs of tragic love provide the subjects for Sense and Sensibility. Elinor, practical and conventional, is the epitome of sense; Marianne, emotional and sentimental, the embodiment of sensibility. To each comes the sorrow of unhappy love: Elinor desires a man who is promised to another while Marianne loses her heart to a scoundrel who jilts her. Their ...

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Someone Special (by Sheila O'Flanagan)

Headline Review (28 May, 2009)

Romy Kilkenny loves her life in Australia – she has her dream job, an active lifestyle, and best friend Keith who understands her better than anyone. Best of all, she couldn’t be further from her family. But when she gets word that she's needed back in Ireland at short notice, Romy’s thrust back into the world of her mother and half-siblings again. Romy has never fitted in with the rest of them and no ...

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