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Once, Twice, Three Times An Aisling By Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen

Once, Twice, Three Times An AislingThe fabulous Aisling is back for a third time with the latest book by Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen called ‘Once, Twice, Three Times An Aisling’.

What the back cover says –

Aisling is thirty, flirty and frazzled.

But – just when she should finally be feeling all grown-up – she’s floundering.

Because when you’re recovering from a broken heart as well as struggling to keep your café as sizzling as your award-winning sausages, it’s hard to feel you’ve really made it as an adult.

Which is just the moment for the unexpected to strike and complicate everything.

Now is not the time for a delicious new man to show up, her best friend to demand the hen do of the century and a surprise celebrity appearance.

But Aisling, never one to worry about having too much on her plate, rolls up her sleeves: she’s got this.

Until she discovers that being a proper grown-up means you can’t do everything.

Sometimes you will let someone down.

But will it be those she loves, or herself?

Can’t wait to see the return of our favourite Irish heroine!

You can pre-order ‘Once, Twice, Three Times An Aisling’ from Amazon and will be available to buy from good bookshops from 19th September 2019.

My 12 Books Of 2018

My 12 Books Of 2018

I’ve been extremely fortunate to have read some fantastic books this year, including some cracker debuts. So if you’re looking for book inspiration for Christmas ideas for yourselves or for that special someone in your life, then I would highly recommend these books, as they made me laugh, cry and keep me on the edge of my seat throughout 2018.

I’ve included my reviews of the books, to give you an idea of what I loved about them.

‘The Importance Of Being Aisling’ by Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen
‘Roar’ by Cecelia Ahern
‘I invited Her In’ by Adele Parks
‘You Let Me In’ by Lucy Clarke
‘One Day In December’ by Josie Silver
‘One In A Million’ by Lindsey Kelk
‘Watching You’ by Lisa Jewell
‘Five Years From Now’ by Paige Toon
‘The Man I Think I Know’ by Mike Gayle
‘Almost Love’ by Louise O’Neill
‘Our House’ by Louise Candlish
‘Faking Friends’ by Jane Fallon

Happy reading!

The Importance of Being Aisling By Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen

The Importance of Being Aisling‘The Importance of Being Aisling’ is the latest book by writing duo Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen.

Job. Flat. Boyfriend. Tick. Tick. Tick. Aisling (seems) to be winning at life. But life has other ideas.
Fired. Homeless. Dumped. Tick. Tick. Tick. When everything comes crashing down around her, moving back in with her mam seems like a disaster. But might returning to her roots provide the answers Aisling’s looking for?

Aisling is back with another tale of drama, wit and Irish charm.

After the sadness and upheaval from the first book, our favourite Irish lass is back with more drama.

When she’s let go from her sensible and secure job and suddenly single, Aisling is in limbo and unsure what to do, so she returns home to her Mam to try to figure what she wants to do next with her life. With new developments afoot in the town, Aisling decides to take the bull by the horns and fulfil a dream of opening a new cafe that will offer brunch, like the cafes do in Dublin. But, Aisling’s life is never straightforward and she finds herself embarking on new friendships, dramas and award winning sausages along the way.

I’ve grown to love Aisling, as I’ve come to the conclusion that there’s a little bit of Aisling in all of us. Although, there is no denying that the books are hilarious, filled with one-liners and situations that will leave the reader in stitches, there are quite a few sad and heartbreaking moments as well that really did take me a back and even whisper “oh no” at one stage.

The characters are relatable and the situations are believable, at some in everyone’s life, we’ve questioned where we are in our lives and where we want to be next and I found myself really on the same journey as Aisling.

‘The Importance of Being Aisling’ is a deliciously fun and uplifting story, filled with Irish warmth and charm throughout, this book is the perfect escapism from real life.

You can buy The Importance of Being Aisling from Amazon and is available to buy from good bookshops.