Summary

Clara Casey has more than enough on her plate. Her daughters are a handful and Clara, a senior cardiac specialist, has a new job to cope with... .
For Ania, meeting Clara Casey is a miracle: she had never intended to leave her beloved Poland, but after the love of her life has turned sour, her world seems rather empty. Perhaps a new job in a new country will mend her broken heart?
Declan is looking forward to joining the clinic - but what should have been a straightforward six-month posting brings him far more than he expected. Then there's Father Brian Flynn, whose life is turned upside down when his reputation is threatened; and the beautiful, cheerful nurse, Fiona, who can't leave her troubled past behind....
©2008 Meave Binchy (P)2008 Audible Ltd
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4 out of 5 stars
By Lesley on 14-03-09

Good Listen

Devotees of Maeve Binchy will not be disappointed. This was a good listen with all her usaul hallmarks. There is a certain amount of inevitability in the yarn, but it has well drawn characters brought to life with humour and a great understanding of the human condition & the odd circumstances we often find ourselves in. There were times when I laughed aloud at the understated humour & irony.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Mrs on 15-05-12

Quiet Irish humour

It is a book full of Irish humour and very lighthearted. I thoroughly enjoyed the simplicity of the story and it transports you to the feel good factor.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Anne Harris on 29-09-09

Fans won't be disappointed.

OK, it's not great literature and the cosiness of all these rapidly forming bonds is a bit fantastical, but you'll be warmed from the inside out. A great bonus is catching up with glimpses of characters from several previous Binchy novels including Whitethorn Woods, Scarlet Feather, Nights of Rain and Stars, and my personal favourite: Evening Class. Most other MB audiobooks are narrated by her cousin Kate, who does a terrific job, but I got used to this narrator after a bit. If you're a Binchy-phile, you'll like this one.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Anonymous User on 26-08-09

All Neatly Told

This is an interesting tale with many characters, some good, some bad, many with a range of frailties, but all viewed with a humorous and kindly eye. The various strands of the story are all brought together in the end in a neat package.

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