Mary Gilligan-Nolan's Reviews > Eating Peaches: What Happens When You Swap City Lights for the Simple Life?

Eating Peaches by Tara Heavey
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Mar 21, 2012

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This was entertaining and witty and passed the time very nicely, whilst I awaited the arrival of some books I had on order. Elena (Lainey), a solicitor in Dublin, is asked by her boss, Tyrone Power, to go down to Ballyknock in Kilkenny, to set up a new office for him and in return, she will get a partnership in the firm. Ballyknock is a far cry from her glamorous life in the big city, but she discovers there are some compensations in the form of his nephews, the handsome Power brothers. Essentially, it's the story of relationships between families and friends and learning to live a simple life, whilst finding out what is really important. Very witty, as I said, I have read some of her previous books and liked all of them. A good old chick-lit is called for every once and a while and this was one good one.
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March 21, 2012 – Started Reading
March 21, 2012 – Shelved
March 21, 2012 – Finished Reading

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