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This follows the development of the country house Huntersbrook begun in Driving Home for Christmas where the family of three siblings and their appendages discovered from their mother that their home was under threat. They decided to turn it into a luxury event centre, so that’s what is happening here. You will appreciate this a great deal more if you read the earlier one first, mainly so you understand the dynamics of the siblings. If you don’t then the three will appear pretty unpleasant people who you will eventually warm to. If you know their background you will understand them better. The narrative is divided in the main between the three of them. It does turn into that expected uplifting family stuff the Irish are so good at but it’s a bit traumatic before you get there. It’s good.
October 2014 eBook of the Month.
Holly Craig's family have lived happily in Huntersbrook for generations but when times grow hard, even she must admit defeat and sell off their once-successful stables.
The three Craig children, Lainey, Joey and Pippa find themselves locked in a fight to keep their beloved Huntersbrook; dare they transform it into one of Ireland's most sought after countryside venues?
Renovation work is well underway when life rears its ugly head and everything stops in its tracks. The Craig family is forced to reassess what matters and although they no longer live at Huntersbrook, can the house work its magic even so ... and lead them into the light once more?
Closing date: 27/03/2019
Publication date: 22/10/2015
Publisher: Headline Review an imprint of Headline Publishing Group
Publication date: 09/10/2014
Publisher: Hachette Books Ireland
|Publication date:||9th October 2014|
|Publisher:||Hachette Books Ireland|
|Genres:||Reader Reviewed Books, eBook Favourites, Family Drama,|
|Categories:||Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945),|
Emma Hannigan is the author of ten bestselling novels including The Secrets We Share, Driving Home for Christmas and the bestselling memoir Talk to the Headscarf which charted her journey through cancer. Emma lives in Co. Wicklow , Ireland, with her husband, two children and a dog.More About Emma Hannigan