|Mirror [#1]||My Favourite Goodbye.pdf||31,499 KB/Sec|
|Mirror [#2]||My Favourite Goodbye.pdf||37,317 KB/Sec|
|Mirror [#3]||My Favourite Goodbye.pdf||29,216 KB/Sec|
Sheila O'Flanagan's MY FAVOURITE GOODBYE is a delicious novel about finding love in unexpected places - not to be missed by readers of Jamie Beck and Liane Moriarty.
Ash O'Halloran is happy with her futon, her flat, her cat and her job as a party caterer. She doesn't do impulsive. She is absolutely, perfectly in control of her single woman's life. And if she can't have relationships without complications - then she's content to carry on as she is. Ms Self-Contained.
But when she's employed to cook the supper over which Dan Morland plans to propose to his girlfriend, suddenly she becomes party to someone else's relationship - in all its tangled, heart-breaking complexity. And, as she watches Dan struggling to sort out the mess his emotions have got him into, Ash starts to realise she's not Ms Invulnerable after all...