Three estranged sisters. Six months to come back together.
When Georgie, Iris and Nola's mother died, the sisters made a pact: they would always be there for one another, no matter what.
Now, decades later, they can barely stand to be in the same room. As his health declined, their father came up with a plan to bring them back to one another. He stated in his will that before they can claim their inheritance, they must spend six months living together in the Irish village of Ballycove, and try to repair their broken relationships.
But reunited in their childhood home, old resentments boil over, new secrets threaten to come out and each sister must decide what matters more: their pride, or their family. Can they overcome their past and find a way to love each other once more?
An emotional, uplifting story about forgiveness, second chances and the importance of family, for fans of Sheila O'Flanagan and Heidi Swain.
Praise for Faith Hogan's books:
'Uplifting, emotional and brimming with warmth and humour' Cathy Bramley on The Ladies' Midnight Swimming Club
'Joyful, life-affirming and inspirational' Heidi Swain on The Ladies' Midnight Swimming Club
'Uplifting, emotional and brimming with warmth and humour' Cathy Bramley, on The Ladies' Midnight Swimming Club.
'This was a beautifully written, heart-rending but ultimately uplifting read set on Ireland's wild Atlantic coast. I loved it' Phillipa Ashley, on The Ladies' Midnight Swimming Club.
'Charming... Full of pathos and humour. A heartwarming page-turner that would be perfect for staycation reading' Irish Independent on Saturday, on The Ladies' Midnight Swimming Club.
'Joyful, life-affirming and inspirational' Heidi Swain, on The Ladies' Midnight Swimming Club.
'Another heart-warming read from Faith Hogan' Trisha Ashley, on The Girl I Used to Know