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Aisling is 30 and well… still a complete Aisling. Trying to balance her busin…

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Aisling is 30 and well… still a complete Aisling. Trying to balance her business with being bridesmaid to her best friend Majella is taking its toll. Trying to plan the perfect Hen Do is causing Aisling anxiety, but she can’t say no. Her personal life is as confusing as ever… with James on the scene everyone thinks she couldn’t do better. So why is John still on her mind? When a date clash puts all of her plans out of whack Aisling doesn’t know what she’s going to do. Will she be able to pull it together on time?
Aisling books signal the end of summer and the beginning of autumn. They are the perfect equivalent of a cosy blanket and a cup of tea. If you’re Irish please do yourself a favour and read this (and the other two Aisling books)! The most relatable book ever, I’m pretty sure every Irish woman can see some of herself in Aisling. I honestly dragged the absolute life out of this book- I could have finished it days ago but I wanted to savour it 😂 I know it’ll be at least another year until the next one so I wanted to make the most of it. Each book that comes out I’m concerned it won’t be as funny, as relatable, as “Irish” 🤣 but each time the story is just perfect, flows together and the humour is so effortless. Please bring the next one soon!

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