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What Eden Did Next

ISBN: 9781472272683
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Eden's ready for a new start, putting tragedy behind her. But others have different ideas of what's best for her . . . The heart-breaking, life-affirming and unforgettable new novel from the author of THE WOMEN WHO RAN AWAY
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FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE NO. 1 BESTSELLERS THE WOMEN WHO RAN AWAY AND THE MISSING WIFE

'Sheila writes with such verve and positivity and emotional intelligence - she knows just what it is to be a woman' Veronica Henry

'One of my favourite authors' Marian Keyes

'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 O'Leary

'Do I rejoice when a new Sheila O'Flanagan book hits the shelves? I do' Roisin Meaney

Eden found perfect love with Andy. How it ended was shocking. For the five years since, her little daughter Lila - and Eden's secret letters to Andy - have been all she needed. And Andy's family like it that way.

Rafe wants nothing more than to start a new life back home in Ireland. It's time for him to turn the page on his own tragedy. And every woman in the neighbourhood is ready to help a single dad settle in.

When Eden and Rafe meet, it seems that everyone has a good reason for thinking their tentative relationship is a bad idea, despite the distant past that links them.

New relationships are rarely easy, especially if you've loved deeply before. And when there's opposition, it can bring you closer - or drive you apart . . .

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FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE NO. 1 BESTSELLERS THE WOMEN WHO RAN AWAY AND THE MISSING WIFE

'Sheila writes with such verve and positivity and emotional intelligence - she knows just what it is to be a woman' Veronica Henry

'One of my favourite authors' Marian Keyes

'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 O'Leary

'Do I rejoice when a new Sheila O'Flanagan book hits the shelves? I do' Roisin Meaney

Eden found perfect love with Andy. How it ended was shocking. For the five years since, her little daughter Lila - and Eden's secret letters to Andy - have been all she needed. And Andy's family like it that way.

Rafe wants nothing more than to start a new life back home in Ireland. It's time for him to turn the page on his own tragedy. And every woman in the neighbourhood is ready to help a single dad settle in.

When Eden and Rafe meet, it seems that everyone has a good reason for thinking their tentative relationship is a bad idea, despite the distant past that links them.

New relationships are rarely easy, especially if you've loved deeply before. And when there's opposition, it can bring you closer - or drive you apart . . .

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