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Sarah Breen

Aisling And The City
  • Aisling And The City

  • The brand new, utterly hilarious and totally addictive romantic comedy in the No. 1 bestselling AISLING series

    'Aisling is one of the finest comic creations of all time' MARIAN KEYES

    'That rare, precious thing: a fictional character you care about like a friend. It's a joy to spend time with Aisling again' LISA McGEE, creator of DERRY GIRLS
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    Anything is possible in the bright lights of New York . . .

    Aisling is 31 and life is good. Yes, her relationship with boyfriend John may be over but her café, BallyGoBrunch, is booming and it isn't long before an exciting offer lands: a catering gig in The Big Apple.

    Armed with her best wrap dress and heels, Aisling boards a business-class flight to New York to start a new adventure.

    But life in the city isn't as easy and glamorous as she first thought. Alone and homesick, Aisling fears she has made a terrible mistake

    Yet New York has so much to offer - especially when a certain fireman comes knocking on her door . . .
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    'Aisling is just such a relatable character in so many ways' 5***** Reader Review

    'Everything Marian Keyes said. Just fabulous!' 5***** Reader Review

    'An uplifting and relatable read' 5***** Reader Review

    'The characters are so vivid' 5***** Reader Review

    Praise for the Aisling Series:

    'There aren't enough words for how much I love it' Marian Keyes

    'The Irish answer to Bridget Jones . . . it's stuffed with laughs' Daily Mail

    'Hilarious and heart-warming' Heat

Sarah Breen is a journalist whose work has appeared in Stellar, Image, U, the Irish Independent and The Gloss.

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