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Love in Ballybeg

By Zara Keane
  • ISBN Code: : 3906245616
  • Publisher : Beaverstone Press GmbH
  • Pages : 1396
  • Category : Fiction
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Spend a romantic summer in Ireland with this collection of small town Irish love stories. Escape with a Vegas wedding with an Irish twist, a naughty labradoodle, a marriage in trouble at Blarney Castle, a single dad and the woman who loves to hate him, a surprise pregnancy, two sexy cop heroes, a reformed thief heroine, and lots of shenanigans, Irish-style! With over 1,000 pages and 250+ five star reviews, you don’t want to miss this Irish romantic comedy collection including… 1. Love and Shenanigans A Vegas wedding with an Irish twist…or how to lose your job and fiancée in twenty-four hours and find a wife and a labradoodle. 2. Love and Blarney Weeks before their divorce is finalized, Jayme blasts back into Ruairí's life and drags him on a road trip to Blarney Castle. 3. Love and Leprechauns Desperation drives Olivia to rent a space for her new cafe from her ex-boyfriend, the sexy single dad who tattooed her behind and broke her heart. 4. Love and Mistletoe Can a girl in sequins with a rap sheet find love with a sexy but strait-laced cop before the New Year? Oh, yeah! 5. Love and Shamrocks Single mom and ex-thief Clio is forced to facilitate one last heist for her old boss. Clio's problems multiply when her hot one-night stand turns out to be the town cop. If you love romance with humor grab the entire bestselling Ballybeg series today!

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Volume Four of the distinguished American Theatre: A Chronicle of Comedy and Drama series offers a thorough, candid, and fascinating look at the theater in New York during the last decades of the twentieth century.

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  • Book Code : N.a
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