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Publisher's Summary

They say home is where the heart is, yet somehow my heart is split in two. New York, the city I live in and love, and Ireland, the home of my ancestors - somewhere I have lived only in my dreams. And now I had no choice but to go looking....

Brooklyn, New York: Brokenhearted and home alone on New Year’s Eve, Bea O’Connor finds a letter she wrote to herself nearly 20 years before....

In the letter, she’d wished for many things. To never lose touch with her two best friends. For her father to be happier. To one day go back to the picturesque Irish village of Kilmore Quay, so she could find out more about her mother who’d died when Bea was tiny. Bea had also dreamed that she’d one day find love - even if her heart is too fragile since losing Dan to think about that right now.

Impulsively she starts writing new little wishes in the margins of the letter. But as the moon goes down over New York City and another year begins, a little magic seems to be in the air. And, as shocking family secrets come to light and Bea finds herself having to travel to Kilmore Quay at last, some of those wishes start to feel like they really could come true.

Even if fate has one last twist in store...

An absolutely gripping and powerful story that will break your heart into thousands of tiny pieces, perfect for fans of Jojo Moyes, Maeve Binchy, and Jean Grainger.

©2021 Carmel Harrington (P)2021 Bookouture, an imprint of Storyfire Ltd.

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I found so much Joy, Friendship, Laughter and Generational Love in this Story! It was unputdownable! And it would make a Fabulous Movie!!! My Heart is Full having shared in the Lives of these Irish Women!

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Stunning ending

For much of the story I was a bit bored and wondered where it was going. Then the third half of the book came at me hard and fast. The story is sad, poignant and heartbreaking while being so tender and lovely.

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Love! Love! Loved! This book

Fantastic story!! Hook, line and sinker. The storyteller really brought the book to life.

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Feels like the first book of an aspiring author that I could barley follow. She has one good book.

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I loved the story, but was bothered by a few historical inaccuracies. Worth the read.