Far From Over

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Headline, Feb 10, 2008 - Fiction - 300 pages
13 Reviews
Gemma Garvey's marriage has been over for ages. Gemma ended it and chose to be a single mother rather than continue the pretence that her marriage to work-obsessed David Hennessy was working. So why is she so upset when he marries bimbo Orla O'Neill? Is it that Orla's thin and gorgeous whilst Gemma, at thirty-five, feels more like fifty-five? Or that David's starting a new life whilst she's facing middle age alone? For Orla, being wife no. 2 isn't all she's imagined, always aware of how Gemma coped with a house, family and job while she can't even cook dinner without setting the kitchen alight. To David, who has loved them both, there isn't a problem. But actually the trouble's just begun...

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User Review  - Rebecca - Goodreads

Easy to read and engaging enough. The main characters were too self deprecating and I got annoyed with them. All is well in the end. Read full review

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User Review  - Lindsey Jones - Goodreads

Bit boring, could not get into it so gave up Read full review

About the author (2008)

Sheila O'Flanagan has always loved telling stories. After working in banking and finance for a number of years, she decided it was time to fulfil a dream and give writing her own book a go. She is now the author of more than fifteen bestselling titles, and lives in Dublin with her partner.

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