Breakfast at Darcy's - Ali McNamara Reviews
Description:ISBN 0751547409 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Ali McNamara
Newest Review: ... a day. The story of how Darcy is a girl working in the city that is offered promotion of a lifetime but things don't work ... more
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Ali McNamara Breakfast At Darcy's
Pages: 448, Paperback, Sphere
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Breakfast at Darcy's by Ali McNamara
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by - written on 27/01/12 (Somewhat useful, 11 readings)
I got this book for Christmas and never got round to reading it until i broke my foot last week. I have just finished reading this book, I couldn't put it down, I read the whole book in a day. The story of how Darcy is a girl working in the city that is offered promotion of a lifetime but things don't work out as she expected when her Aunt Molly dies. Molly has left her entire fortune and estate to Darcy providng she follows her wishes in the will. Darcy has to live on an unhabited island for a year and convince 15 other people to join her and create a community. You could not imagaine a girl like Darcy going from being a city chick with her up to the minute fashion Read the complete review
by - written on 12/01/12 (Very useful, 40 readings)
When Darcy McCall loses her beloved Aunt Molly, she doesn't expect any sort of inheritance - let alone a small island. Located off the west coast of Ireland, Tara hasn't been lived on for years, but according to Molly's will Darcy must stay there for twelve months in order to fully inherit, and she needs to persuade a village full of people to settle there, too. Darcy has to leave behind her independent city life and swap stylish heels for muddy wellies. Between sorting everything from the plumbing to the pub, Darcy meets confident Conor and ever-grumpy Dermot - but who will make her feel really at home? After reading and absolutely loving Ali McNamara's debut ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/12/11 (Very useful, 53 readings)
One of the books which really played on my mind last year was Ali McNamara's debut novel From Notting Hill With Love...Actually. It was the one book I was undecided about so when I heard that Ali had a new book due to be released I couldn't wait to get my hands on a copy to see how my opinion differs with this book. Plot When Darcy McCall loses her beloved Aunt Molly, she doesn't expect any sort of inheritance - let alone a small island! Located off the west coast of Ireland, Tara hasn't been lived on for years, but according to Molly's will Darcy must stay there for twelve months in order to fully inherit. It's a big shock. And she's even more ... Read the complete review
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