From the start this book really drew me in. Many times I sat and actually placed myself at the scene. I could see myself doing just what Sheila/Shayla was doing. I wiped my eyes when she was chopping onions, and felt nervous picking up a chicken. I really did like her character and all the way through I just kept wanting everything to go right for her.
Despite having a famous Father, she want's to do things of her own merit, and doesn't use his name. She really did seem like an individual person. Not a clone of everyone else.
I almost wanted to get on a plane and go straight to Ireland. I really did feel like i was there at times.
The characters are all believable I really did like them. A good mixture of people.
And as I tend to mainly read crime, this was a true refreshing change, A lighthearted fun read.
Highly recommend a great summer time read.
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