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Rathlin Lass (The Londoners, #1)

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Ellie Moira ó Maoldhamhnaigh is an only child. Orphaned at the tender age of five, she went to live with her grandparents. After the death of her nan, her last living relative, she leaves her tiny Northern Ireland island home forever and goes about as far as she can without a passport. London.

It’s far from Rathlin - in more than just miles.

Once surrounded by quiet and soli
Paperback, 386 pages
Published July 1st 2019 by Mandorle D'avena Publishing
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Feb 10, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This book was recommended to me by a friend and I absolutely loved it! The story involves the main character Ellie and her experiences with moving on from her past while growing as a person. I found Ellie to be very relatable during her entire journey and I was constantly wanting to read more about the character. Nicola Noble creates a wonderful image that left me wanting to read every other book from her! I highly recommend this book!
Jan 04, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I loved this sweet story about a gal named Ellie and her journey to find herself. I love how relatable all of Nicola Noble’s characters are. You really feel as if you’ve become “friends” with them by the time the story ends. The dialogue is engaging and her descriptions are vividly imaginative. Her characters are so likable that you hope they reappear in future stories (even if it’s only a cameo). I highly recommend picking this up or any of her books. They only get better and better with each c ...more
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Nicola Noble was born in Westchester County, NY in 1976. She currently lives in NC in the Triad with her better half, two of the kids, the dog, and the cat.

In addition to being a self published author, she's a wife, mom, grandma, avid reader, seamstress, crocheter and knitter, lover of languages, painter, and occasional baker. She graduated MWHS in 1994 and Ramapo College of NJ in 2001 where she r

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