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    Recommended!

    A book full of emotions, engrossing and entertaining. I think it's well written and I like the setting and the fleshed out cast of characters. I look forward to reading other books in this series. Recommended! Many thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC, all opinions are mine.
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    Family Ties

    Roisin and her husband Cian have sold their business and are looking forward to the next phase of their life. Unfortunately they have different opinions about what comes next. When Cian comes home with a camper and plans to travel in it, Roisin isn’t to keep on it. After Roisin receives a call from her sister, Maeve, asking for her to help with the remodel of their Aunt’s house in Sandy Cove, Roisin decides it’s best if her husband does the camper trip with his best friend while she goes Sandy Cove. Unfortunately, taking a break doesn’t always work out the way it was intended, as Roisin and Cian find out. Does love and family truly conquer all? Only Roisin and Cian can make that decision and life will change for their family no matter the outcome. This was a truly sweet story and one that many women who have been married for such a long time can relate to. Sometimes the grass isn’t greener on the other side and we don’t always realize that until we lose what we had. Great setting for the story and an enjoyable read.
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    Excellent read

    *****Sisters of Willow House returns to Kerry to the house featured in Secrets of Willow House. Maeve’s sister Roisin and her brother-in-law Cian have sold their business, sent their 3 boys to boarding school and are struggling to find their way in their new stress free lives. Cian has bought a camper and wants them to leisurely drive up the Irish coast. Roisen hates camping and her personality needs plans and lists for everything. When Maeve calls needing help getting the remodel of their aunt’s house completed the long married couple embark on separate excursions. Things don’t exactly go as Roisen has planned and she suddenly finds herself embroiled in headlines and gossip. Can this marriage survive or will this supposed to be temporary separation become permanent? Suzanne O’Leary has populated her story with strong, interesting characters and situations all drawing readers into the charm of Ireland. I voluntarily reviewed an advance copy of this book from NetGalley. Most highly recommend.
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    An absolutely wonderful read

    My Rating: 4.5 Stars Roisin McKenna and husband Cian married young and have three robust teenage boys who are currently in boarding school. Cian has hopes of traveling about in an his new campervan for months to give the couple a chance to reignite their love for one another. Roisin wants nothing of the sort and has told this to Cian many times. When her sister Maeve requests her help in a restoration project, Roisin jumps at the chance. Maeve has been restoring their aunt's mansion, Willow House, but she is now pregnant and has been told to take it easy. There is a lot of work to be done and with their aunt on a book tour, Maeve needs a lot of help. Roisin gladly agrees to help and she and Cian look at this as an opportunity to spend time apart. Maybe Cian can have his traveling dream, while Roisin can use this time to help Maeve. Roisin hopes that their sons can make Willow House their home base during school breaks, and is certain that she and Cian will see one another soon. When Roisin arrives in Sandy Cove, she quickly learns that the house is in really bad shape and she must contend with the unreliable builder. At the same time, there is a man that she meets who is also working with the same builder, and he and Roisin become very good friends. Sisters of Willow House is the second book in the Sandy Cove series and it has a bit of everything. For starters, Roisin develops a strong bond with Declan O'Mahoney, the man she met with whom she has the contractor in common. In Roisin's mind, she was just on a break with Cian, so, despite how close she got to Declan, she strove to remain honorable. Meanwhile, Roisin and Maeve get to spend a lot of time together, and this goes a long way to strengthen their sisterly bond. As expected, Maeve shows proper concern for Roisin when it comes to Declan and this does add some tension between them. There are misunderstandings along the way, especially when gossip enters into matters. I loved the journey that was set before readers of this delightful book and especially enjoyed how everything was resolved. Factor in the beauty of the setting in Sandy Cove and the people of Kerry and it all came together to make this a wonderful book. This is my third read by Susanne O'Leary and I absolutely loved it just as I have the previous titles that I read by her. Many thanks to Bookouture and to NetGalley for this ARC to review in exchange for my honest opinion.
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    Great read

    Many years ago when I lived in Ireland the only books I read was from Irish authors. This is a great story that brought me back to those amazing authors. Maeve asks her sister Roisin to help her restore their aunts mansion Willow House. Is a break from her husband what Roisin needs? Great story with some really likeable characters. A feel good holiday read that I’ll certainly be recommending to others. I’m looking forward to reading more from this author.
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