It all started with a bottle of Baileys that was a year out of date but I drank it anyway . . .
One minute, well, Friday night, you're in a long-term if long-distance relationship with the perfect Shane. The next, Saturday morning, you're waking up in bed with the mother of all hangovers . . . and Bernard O'Malley, newest member of the I.T. department. Another entry on the list of things you can't forgive yourself for. The worst is Spain. What you did there. And what happened to your brother. Ever since then, life has slowly spiralled out of control.
You dust yourself down, have a cigarette and pull on your stiletto boots. But you know that something's got to give. You just hope it's not the zip on your skinny jeans . . .
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About Ciara Geraghty
Ciara Geraghty lives in north County Dublin with her husband and three children.
Saving Grace by Ciara Geraghty
Used - Very Good
Hodder & Stoughton General Division
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