My Favourite Goodbye - Sheila O'Flanagan Reviews
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by - written on 06/11/11 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I picked up this book as a bit of a bargain a few weeks ago and it has been serving as my bath time reading since then as I only like to read my own books (rather than library books) for this purpose in case the book inadvertently takes a dunking. I almost always enjoy Sheila O'Flanagan books and this was no exception. THE PLOT Ash makes her living as a freelance chef, which suits her perfectly as she prefers not to be tied down too much. This outlook extends to her love life and it's fair to say that she's not good with commitment thanks to things that happened in the past. Having drifted from relationship to relationship for most of her adult life, can ... Read the complete review
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