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Concerning Kate Joan O'Neill

Concerning Kate By Joan O'Neill

Concerning Kate by Joan O'Neill


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Summary

Kate Conway thinks she has her whole life mapped out for her, a rosy future with her husband Charlie and their wonderful daughter Emily. But when Charlie's ex-girlfriend turns up on the scene, things go horribly wrong. But should Kate forgive and forget or take a chance?

Concerning Kate Summary

Concerning Kate by Joan O'Neill

Kate Conway thinks she has her whole life mapped out for her, a rosy future with her husband Charlie and their wonderful daughter Emily. But when Charlie's ex-girlfriend turns up on the scene, things go horribly wrong. Heartbroken by his lies, Kate is determined to put her life back together. Her attempts to fend off the well-meant interference of friends and family leave her with a lodger she's not sure she needs. Jack Marsden turns out to be handsome, charming and recovering from a heartbreak of his own, so things get more complicated. Emily is missing her Daddy - and Kate is too. So when Charlie returns, Kate finds herself with a difficult choice to make. Should she forgive and forget, or take a chance on finding happiness with another?

Concerning Kate Reviews

An entertaining read. Heat on CONCERNING KATE

Impossible to put down. Chic-lit at its best. Belfast Telegraph on CONCERNING KATE

This Irish writer has a strong sense of place, and her descriptions of her native County Wicklow are entrancing. Leicester Mercury on CONCERNING KATE

An entertaining tale and if you haven t yet sampled the delights of O Neill s previous works of fiction, this book is an excellent place to start. Daily Record on CONCERNING KATE - 24/01/2004

A passionate book written in Joan O Neill s indomitable style. Hours of enjoyable reading. South Wales Chronicle on CONCERNING KATE

'Touching page-turner...This qualifies as a must-read. Star Magazine on CONCERNING KATE

'A dramatic plot, very believable human characters. Their emotions and reactions are so true, irrepressible and natural.' Katie Donovan on TURN OF THE TIDE

'A touching and humorous story...O'Neills inspired depiction of places and characters will transport you into a different world from the very start.' The Irish World on PERFECTLY IMPOSSIBLE

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. Acclaimed by the Irish Times as Ireland's first teenage novel, it was a bestseller. Two sequels followed, Bread and Sugar and Daisy Chain Wedding, and Promised, a love story. Since then she has written Leaving Home, Turn of the Tide, A House Full of Women and Something Borrowed, Something Blue all available as Coronet paperbacks. She lives in County Wicklow with her family.

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GOR011538751
9780340818442
0340818441
Concerning Kate by Joan O'Neill
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Hodder & Stoughton
20030818
400
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us

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