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Summary

From the author of the number-one best-sellers The Women Who Ran Away and The Missing Wife.

Delphine is at a wedding when the shocking news comes. Suddenly her life changes for ever.

Delphine has worked hard for her success, and she knows she's got everything she wants. But not everyone agrees. Her opinionated family aren't convinced that living alone with no plans to 'settle down' could possibly make her truly happy, and no one appreciates it when she drops everything, day or night, whenever her boss Conrad calls. Yet Delphine wouldn't change a thing. And when Conrad makes her a surprise offer, it's clear that her hard work is going to pay off.

A few short days later, Delphine's life is unrecognisable. The man who once broke her heart has suddenly reappeared, and a shocking tragedy turns her world on its head.

Delphine must rethink everything that matters to her, and to those around her, and decide, once and for all, if love, family and a little compromise should come before career, security and independence...and if she's prepared to make that choice.

©2021 Sheila O'Flanagan (P)2021 Headline Publishing Group Ltd

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Mmmm

This is my least favourite of Sheila’s books. I wait for them each year and haven’t missed one. I didn’t love the ending, the characters were annoying at times, maybe not developed enough. There were loads of characters and I’m not sure why. It wasn’t like it was Sheila O’ Flanagan’s writing. Things also weren’t helped by the person reading, she was very bland when she was reading.

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Another great book

I really enjoy Sheila ‘ s books. I read/ listened to all of the so far and Aoife does a great job.
This book was a bit more predictable than the rest, and I was quite surprised by that, however, is still a great book.

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Good Story

it was good but very slow in parts, a lot of descriptions that could have been left out

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pleasant

Nice but what happened with Luke? was there something possible with Delphine? Next book?

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Disappointing

very predictable from early on. Didn't particularly like most of the characters. Usually love her books

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tedious and predictable

Aoife's narration the only positive thing about this book otherwise just dull dull dull..Dont waste your time.

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Up to Sheila O’ Flanagan’s usual standard

I was looking forward to this new release, having enjoyed all of this author’s work, and it didn’t disappoint. At the start I thought it was going to be a little bit too ‘girlie’ for my taste, but it developed into an interesting story, involving business and personal relationships. I thought the ending was really clever in the way it drew all the threads together and at the same time giving a glimpse into future possibilities.

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Good story teller

So easy to listen to. Really wanted to.know what happened to all the main characters.
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Refreshing view of the career woman.

Love Sheila's books and this one is a good read giving the opinion of the career woman and the struggles they face from the traditional point of view.

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Each page turned brings a new dilemma

A story full of life’s trials, losses and loves. You live every page and every decision.