Lexie and her husband Sam have spent years lovingly restoring No. 3 Cashel Square to its former glory. So imagine Lexie’s delight when a stranger knocks on the door, asking to see the house she was born in over sixty years ago.
Kathleen is visiting from America, longing to see her childhood home… and longing for distraction from the grief of losing her husband.
And as Lexie and Sam battle over whether or not to have a baby and Kathleen struggles with her loss, the two women realise their unexpected friendship will touch them in ways neither could have imagined.
In Caracove, there’s more than a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow
I will be very honest I have never read any of Emma Hannigan Books it was by chance I spotted it on the best sellers shelf at my local library and thought firstly what an amazing cover and then I read the blurb and thought it sounded an amazing read. I certainly was not disappointed it was a very an outstanding read it was heart warming and dealt with quite a few serious life issues.
I partiucally loved Kathleen and would love her to be my surrogate grandma and Lexie’s mum I could of just of grabbed her from the pages of the book and punched her.
Emma certainly creates such a cosy read which has a twisting story line with one hell of an ending
5 of 5 stars