BOOKS ⚦ OMaras - (The Guesthouse on the Green, #1) Author Michelle Vernal –

OMaras - (The Guesthouse on the Green, #1) A Jilted Bride To Be, A Woman With A Secret Past And A Pesky Red Fox Take A Break You Ll Never Forget At O Mara S Manor House The Georgian Guesthouse In The Heart Of Dublin S Fair City Its Cozy And Elegant Setting Is Where You Ll Fall In Love With A Cast Of Characters Who Ll Stay With You Long After You Finish The Book Oh, And A Full Irish Breakfast Is Included.If Aisling O Mara Hadn T Winged Her Way Home To The Emerald Isle To Take Over The Running Of The Family Guesthouse She D Never Have Met Finn, And Her Heart Wouldn T Have Been Broken She S Been Trying To Put Her Life Back Together Since He Left, But Now He S Back And Says He S Sorry Can She Trust Him Again Una Brennan S Booked Into The Guesthouse She Used To Walk Past Each Morning When She Was A Girl Full Of Hopes And Dreams For Her Happy Ever After She Left Dublin Than Fifty Years Ago Vowing She D Never Set Foot In The City Again Why Did She Leave And What S Brought Her Back Meanwhile, The Little Red Fox Who Raids The Bins Outside O Mara S Basement Kitchen Door At Night Would Like To Know Why The Woman In Room 1, Cries Herself To Sleep Each Night.Witty, Sad, And Insightful With A Touch Of Romance Come And Stay At O Mara S.

  • Kindle Edition
  • OMaras - (The Guesthouse on the Green, #1)
  • Michelle Vernal
  • English
  • 05 September 2019

About the Author: Michelle Vernal

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10 thoughts on “OMaras - (The Guesthouse on the Green, #1)

  1. says:

    I loved this book and Michelle Vernal s writing I ve read others of hers and loved them too Plus it s a good thing the setting was Dublin, one of my favorite places This is 1 about a series revolving around the guest house O Mara s.

  2. says:

    O Mara s Guesthouse on the Green The Guesthouse on the Green Series Book 1 is by Michelle Vernal This book is so cute and the fact that it takes place in Ireland makes it so much unusual With the clear and realistic characters, you get the feel of Ireland which is enhanced by the descriptions of the inn and Quinns in particular This is the story of love and love renounced and forgiveness It is actually two stories combined into one Aisling O Mara had come home after her Dad died and took over the running of the O Mara hotel when her Mother decided to give it up Her older sister and brother didn t want to run it and her younger sister didn t either, although she agreed to live there with her That it saved her money was the main reason she stayed Aisling loved the old family home and wanted to make sure everyone who came to visit had a wonderful time She had thought she would live her with her husband Marcus but he had sent her a note telling her he didn t want to marry her Her best friend managed to get refunds from most of the vendors they had already paid for the wedding while Aisling was devastated Finally, she...

  3. says:

    Welcome to Dublin and The Guest House on the Green It s a charming Georgian manor in the heart of Dublin It has been owned and operated by the O Mara family The innkeeper is Aisling O Mara who recently returned to Ireland permanently after the death of her father Her mother no longer wanted to run the inn and none of Aisling s three siblings wanted any part of it However, her youngest sister Moira, lives there with her As I was introduced to the various characters who would play the major and minor roles in the story, I felt a little like I was watching an episode of the Love Boat or Hotel, in that there is than one story taking place.One of Aisling s closest friends, Quinn, runs the restaurant down the street They almost had a fling once, but then Aisling met and almost married Marcus That did...

  4. says:

    I ordered this book because it was set in Dublin Little did I know that the storyline was so amazing The characters are well written and the storyline just flows I particularly enjoyed the intertwining stories of two of the characters, and the flashbacks to past events.It is a great easy read I like to read all kinds of books, heavy reads, easy reads and everything in between.Pick this book up to read at the beach, on a patio with a cold drin...

  5. says:

    Fun I love everything Mave Binchy , so I was anxious to read this book because of its introduction At first it was hard to read because I did want it to be one of her books When I got the rhythm of Michelle Vernal writings, I really did enjoy the book I have been to Dublin so I had a good visual of the setting I do have to say that I don t ...

  6. says:

    Fantastic immersive storyThis story is a really immersive experience, from the detailed descriptions, and the flavourful dialogue to well developed characters including a cheeky fox which you just have to love, this is a great read.Aisling is adorable, and writes herself imaginary letters as though she s a relationship columnist in a magazine totally lovea...

  7. says:

    Have you ever read the first book in a series and just known that you want to keep on reading Each character in O Mara s is exquisitely drawn and within a few pages, the reader feels as though they are a part of the family The premise of the Guesthouse o...

  8. says:

    I enjoyed the story and the characters However, it was very hard for me to read this book with all the grammar errors It really needed a good editor So many run on sentences, apostrophe errors, and misspellings I sometimes had to read sentences a couple of times, trying to understand what she was s...

  9. says:

    Easy ReadThis was a nice Sunday afternoon read Nothing mind blowing but a pleasant story Two stories are entwines, that of Una Brennan who has had a sad lonely life because of being rejected by her fianc Aisling Brennan is trying to make the...

  10. says:

    A Guesthouse I want to visitThis is a lovely afternoon read the relationship between sisters in the telling of two different but strangely similar stories Visiting Ireland I know I ve stayed at this guesthousefamily run, family sagas, guests stories exchanged over endless cups of tea The feeling of ...

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