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Something Borrowed, Something Blue By Joan O'Neill

Something Borrowed, Something Blue
by Joan O'Neill

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Jenny is still single and living at home. She wants something new to come into her life and at her sister's wedding in Connemar she meets Hugo Hunter, her first boyfriend. Can they reignite their lust and recapture true love?
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Something Borrowed, Something Blue by Joan O'Neill

The heart-warming story of love and loss from numberone bestselling Irish author, backed by a major campaign. Twenty-seven years old, still single and worse, still living at home with her parents in Dublin: Jenny Joyce wants something new to come into her life. But at her cousin Cathy's wedding in Connemara, she discovers that something old can be even more fun. Hugo Hunter, her first boyfriend, has grown up, unbelievably, to be the sexiest man in Ireland. But the course of true love is running anything but smoothly. For a start, Hugo has inherited his father's vast country estate, and keeping it together seems to take up nearly all his time. And then there's his glamorous girlfriend, the singer. He says it's all over between them, but she's still there. And Jenny has a few complications of her own. Her boss, the charming ladykiller Louis Leech, can't keep his eyes off Jenny, and would like to get his hands on her too...

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Something Borrowed, Something Blue Reviews

'Great dialogue and terrific set pieces, all the hallmarks of Joan O'Neil's writing.' Julie Parsons in the Sunday Independent (A House Full of Women); 2 'O'Neill has a strong sense of place and wonderful descriptive powers - so lively that one can almost smell the rashers sizzling or feel the heat of the lush Wicklow meadows.' Maureen Cairnduff in the Irish Independent on Turn of the Tide; 3 'A dramatic plot, very believable human characters. Their emotions and reactions are so true, irrepressible and natural.' Katie Donovan (Turn of the Tide); 4 'This is her best yet. The story of these three brave young Irish women will get Joan O'Neill a whole new readership - and her fanss will love it.' Betty Burton (Leaving Home)"

About Joan O'Neill

Joan O'Neill began her writing career in 1987 with short stories and serials. Her first novel, Daisy Chain War, published in 1990, won the Reading Association of Ireland Special Merit Award and was short-listed for the Bisto Award. In 1997 her bestselling novel Leaving Home was published, followed by its bestselling sequel Turn of the Tide in 1998.

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Something Borrowed, Something Blue by Joan O'Neill
Joan O'Neill
Used - Very Good
Hodder & Stoughton
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