Life’s What you Make It by Siân O’ Gorman @msogorman @bookandtonic @rararesources

About the Book:

Dreams can come true, you just have to believe…All new from Irish bestselling author Sian O’GormanAfter 10 years in London, working in a stressful City firm, Liv O’Neill returns home to Sandycove, a picturesque seaside village, just outside Dublin to care for her mother after a fall.Whilst Liv reconnects with friends and family, she is amazed by Sandycove’s thriving community spirit with its artisan shops, delis and cafes – it’s not quite the place she left behind.As village life begins to creep under her skin, Liv is forced to confront the things that drove her away.Can Liv balance her past, present and future and find her own happy place?And will a handsome young doctor help her make a decision about the life she really wants?Suddenly her old life in London begins to seem extremely unappealing and Liv is forced to use her family’s past in order to forge a brand new future.

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About the Author:

Sian O’Gorman was born in Galway and now lives just along the coast from Dublin. She works as a radio producer alongside writing contemporary women’s fiction inspired by friend and family relationships.

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My Review:

After Together Forever and Life After You, I was pleased to recieve the ARC of Life’s What You Make It.

Liv O’ Neil works and lives in London and she has her good friend Roberto but she is stressed.

When her mother has a fall, she finds herself back in the Irish seaside town of Sandycove. The town is quaint and I love how Siân O’ Gorman creates it and the characters.

I love the Siân O’ Gorman books I have reviewed so far and want to get more books by her.

Thanks to Siân O’ Gorman, Boldwood Books and Rachel’s Random Resources for my ARC in exchange for an honest and voluntary review.

4.5 stars.

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