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The House On Willow Street

by Cathy Kelly
Amy Creighton

Audiobook

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Tess used to be happy, living in the Irish coastal village, Avalon, her only regret being that everything went wrong with her first love. Suki left Ireland years ago to marry a politician, but returns when she fears a biographer may uncover her secrets. Danae is the village post mistress; her past is her business and that's the way she wants to keep it. In Galway at a wedding Mara wants to ask the groom why he told her he loved her? Needing to put her past behind her, Mara gets ready for a fresh start. Can these four women lay their pasts to rest? Or do they need to look back before they can live for the future?


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Publisher: Oakhill Publishing Limited
Edition: Unabridged

OverDrive Listen audiobook

  • ISBN: 9780007573004
  • File size: 421473 KB
  • Release date: December 20, 2013
  • Duration: 14:37:52

MP3 audiobook

  • ISBN: 9780007573004
  • File size: 421473 KB
  • Release date: December 20, 2013
  • Duration: 14:37:52
  • Number of parts: 12

7 of 7 copies available

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MP3 audiobook

subjects

Fiction Romance

Languages

English

Tess used to be happy, living in the Irish coastal village, Avalon, her only regret being that everything went wrong with her first love. Suki left Ireland years ago to marry a politician, but returns when she fears a biographer may uncover her secrets. Danae is the village post mistress; her past is her business and that's the way she wants to keep it. In Galway at a wedding Mara wants to ask the groom why he told her he loved her? Needing to put her past behind her, Mara gets ready for a fresh start. Can these four women lay their pasts to rest? Or do they need to look back before they can live for the future?


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