Someone Special

Someone Special

Book - 2008
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Romy Kilkenny loves her life in Australia - she has her dream job, lots of mates, and a best friend in Keith, who understands her better than anyone. Best of all, she couldn't be further from her family. But when her brother rings to say she's needed back in Ireland right away, Romy's world is turned upside down. Flying home to see her mother and her half-siblings, Romy doubts she'll fit in better now than she ever did, and she's still not ready to forgive her mother for her truly disgraceful behaviour a few years earlier. Romy also worries that the accidental half-kiss with Keith at the airport may have brought their easy friendship to a sudden end. Whatever lies ahead, it's not what Romy's expecting - even the people we grow up with can surprise us, and if love is to be found, it will find a way.
Publisher: London : Headline, c2008.
ISBN: 9780755332199
Branch Call Number: FICTION OFL


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Dec 11, 2016

This book is genial. It goes in depth to the heart and soul of every character. You know what everyone is thinking and feeling. There is not one paragraph in this book that is boring or useless. I was hooked from beginning to end. It was my first read by Sheila O'Flanagan but definitely not my last. Loved it!

kpalichuk Feb 24, 2010

Pretty predictable storyline. The 'misunderstood' daughter returns home to nurse the mother she didn't get along with (for a variety of reasons); feels that she's not respected by her step-siblings. Much personal growth is experienced. A light, but enjoyable read.

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