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Dominique is only a teenager when she's swept off her feet by dashing businessman, Brendan Delahaye. When she discover she's pregnant, they rush to marry and vow to make things work. Fast forward twenty years, and the Delahayes are riding high. Brendan's business has took off in fine style and Dominique, now known to the world by her nickname 'Domino', is the darling of the Irish social scene. Together, they adorn magazines and newspapers right, left and centre and make an envious couple. Domino is stunned when Brendan suddenly disappears, leaving her and their daughter, Kelly, to pick up the pieces and deal with the mess that was unfolding behind the scenes of their ... Read the complete review
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