Oldie but a Goody Wednesday

I’ve read so many good books along the years and realized recently that maybe not everyone would have fallen upon certain authors. I thought this was a pity, So I though that over the next few weeks I’d post a few Oldies but a goody and see what people. Let me know if you agree with my choices or if you didn’t. The’re are so many great authors out there so it would be a pity if they where missed!

I know when I come across an author, either from Goodreads or from a friend’s recommendation I get so excited. So hopefully maybe over the next few weeks I might surprise you with a goody.

The Disengagement Ring

The Disengagement Ring

Clodagh Murphy

Kate O’Neill is ready to settle down, so when her commitment-phobic boyfriend Brian asks her to marry him, she accepts. Though she knows her close-knit family aren’t fond of Brian, she feels sure they’ll come round once they get to know him better.

But Kate’s eccentric mother, Grace, is determined to prevent Kate from making the biggest mistake of her life. She hatches a plot to scupper the engagement, urging the whole family to do everything in their power to encourage a break-up. She even ropes in Will Sargent, manager of ultra-cool rock band Walking Wounded, and unrequited love of Kate’s life, in the hope that she can lure Kate away from Brian.

Reluctantly Will offers Kate a job as chef for Walking Wounded, and whisks her off to Tuscany for the summer, where they are working on their new album.

As temperatures in the kitchen begin to heat up, will Kate’s feelings for Will be rekindled – or will she decide Brian really is the man for her?


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