Charlotte's Way by Catherine Daly
(Irish Romantic Fiction)

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"Daly has a good storytelling voice with a talent for shaping a story." Sunday Independent (Ireland)
"Excellent, really, really magnificent. Catherine Daly has definitely delivered a great book once again."  Woman's Way
"Her characters are believable and her storyline is just gripping enough without being over the top. Watch out for Daly, she could very well be the next Maeve Binchy." Bibliofemme

Adopted as children, sisters Charlotte and Emily couldn’t be more different. They both crave security but each looks for it in her own way.
Charlotte marries young, has three children and believes that with Donal she can face anything. Emily goes it alone. To her, security means money and money means hard work. She treats men as playthings and expects men to play by her rules.
Together with friends Suzy, Tara and Anne Marie, the girls discover that love, longing and friendship are not as straightforward as they all imagined. Just when you get comfortable, life has a habit of surprising you.
 

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Published January 19, 2012 by catherine daly. 422 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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