One summer, three weddings, and the shocking phone call that changes everything . . .
A glamorous, blockbusting, empowering read with a glorious spin on the wedding scene. Sheila writes with such verve and positivity and emotional intelligence - she knows just what it is to be a woman * Veronica Henry * I really enjoyed Three Weddings and a Proposal . . . Reading a Sheila O'Flanagan novel always feels like sitting down for a cup of tea with a friend - she writes with such warmth and empathy * Beth OLeary * One of my favourite authors * Marian Keyes * A novel which celebrates strong women who can carve out their own happy endings * Linda Green * Great characters and many twists and turns make this page-turner thoroughly enjoyable. A great read! * Katie Fforde * Sheila's books always make you feel as if you've spent time with a good friend * Carole Matthews * This book had me jumping this way and that, trying to decide which characters could be trusted . . . and then changing my mind. A highly enjoyable read * Imogen Clark * Insightful, pacy and authentic, this is a terrific read * Patrica Scanlan * Believable, warmly drawn characters, a perfectly paced story and a satisfying ending; just what I've come to expect from this accomplished writer. Do I rejoice when a new Sheila O'Flanagan book hits the shelves? I do. * Roisin Meaney * As a lover of all things Irish, how is it possible that I hadn't discovered Sheila O'Flanagan's books before Three Weddings and a Proposal? Thanks to this wonderful story of a woman's journey of self-discovery, I can't wait to read more by this very talented author * Sherryl Woods * The perfect summer escape . . . Engrossing, entertaining, and emotional - and featuring a protagonist you can't help but root for - this one will keep you turning the pages * Farrah Rochon * A fascinating story, full of twists and turns... Full of tension, honesty and compassion, Sheila's wonderful novel kept me guessing right until the end' * Gill Thompson * An involving, thought-provoking novel and a masterclass in storytelling. I was drawn in from page 1 * Sue Moorcroft *
Sheila O'Flanagan is the author of nearly 30 bestselling novels including The Women Who Ran Away, Her Husband's Mistake, The Hideaway, What Happened That Night and The Missing Wife. She lives in Dublin with her husband. www.sheilaoflanagan.com Twitter @sheilaoflanagan Facebook.com/sheilabooks