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Perfectly Impossible Joan O'neill

Perfectly Impossible By Joan O'neill

Perfectly Impossible by Joan O'neill

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Presents a story of love and new beginnings.

Perfectly Impossible Summary

Perfectly Impossible by Joan O'neill

Is the perfect man an impossible dream? Cara Thompson's marriage has never been perfect. When husband Andy loses his job, things quickly become a whole lot worse. In order to give him some space to find himself, Cara throws herself heart and soul into her own career. Then Guy McIntosh strolls into Cara's life...He could be the best thing that has ever happened to her. He could also be that one complication too many just at the moment. Will Cara give Andy another chance in the hope that his soul-searching has turned up something useful? Or should she grab the opportunity of happiness with a handsome stranger with both hands?

Perfectly Impossible Reviews

'Take three generations of women given to impulse-mating ... colourfully entertaining.' -- Terry Prone, Irish Independent '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 'A dramatic plot, very believable human characters. Their emotions and reactions are so true, irrepressible and natural.' -- Katie Donovan (Turn of the Tide) 'Great dialogue and terrific set pieces, all the hallmarks of Joan O'Neil's writing.' -- Julie Parsons in the Sunday Independent (A House F 'A compelling sense of storytelling.' -- Woman's Way 'A touching and humerous story...O'Neills inspired depiction of places and characters will transport you into a different wordl from the very start' -- The Irish World on PERFECTLY IMPOSSIBLE 20020823 Joan O'Neill takes the most ordinary, everyday, trivial details of life and by ordering them in a certain way elevates them to the level of art. This is life as we know it.' -- Robert Dunbar, The Gay Byrne Show 20020823 'A heavenly book! Every character is perfectly created and there is lots of the unexpected too. Yes, a tremendous book.' -- South Wales Chronicle 20020823 "A most incredible book...Tremendous read by any standard." -- Joan Stockdale, North Wales Chronicle. 20030318

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: it is regarded as one of the foremost Irish novels for teenagers. Since then she has also become a bestselling novelist for adults, beginning with Leaving Home.

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Perfectly Impossible by Joan O'neill
Used - Very Good
Hodder & Stoughton
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