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  • Published: 16 April 2009
  • ISBN: 9780141959016
  • Imprint: Penguin eBooks
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 368

Keeping It In The Family

A warm-hearted story about a woman torn between her family and her man

It's tricky for Niamh O'Flaherty, growing up in a North London home that's a shrine to all things Irish. But it's even trickier being an adult and realizing that her family expects her to settle down with a nice Irish lad, especially now that she's living in Dublin.

When Niamh finally meets the love of her life he is the last person she would expect to fall for her. Pierre is older and an intellectual, but she loves his ability to laugh at himself, his calmness and strength of character, and, of course, his stunning looks.

There's just one problem: if Pierre's parents - Jean and Fleur - are sniffy about their pride and joy hooking up with a girl who writes a fluffy newspaper column, her parents, Mick and Annie, are going to go ballistic when they hear that their daughter intends to marry someone who couldn't be less Irish if he tried . . .

  • Published: 16 April 2009
  • ISBN: 9780141959016
  • Imprint: Penguin eBooks
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 368

About the author

Sinead Moriarty

Bestselling author Sinéad Moriarty lives in Dublin with her husband and their three children. The Way We Were is her eleventh novel.




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Praise for Keeping It In The Family

Makes you really care ... plenty of laughs and more than a bit of substance

Irish Mail On Sunday

Marian Keyes has for years been the undisputed queen of applying the light tender touch to dark, painful subjects - Sinéad Moriarty is now a worthy competitor

Sunday Independent

A gift at unwrapping a good, plausible tale and creating likeable characters that you care about

Irish Independent

Fabulous ... at times touching and at others genuinely hilarious

Sunday Times

A perfect book to curl up with ... will have you laughing one minute and nodding sympathetically the next

Sunday Business Post

Does romance very well ... wonderfully described and convincing

Irish Independent

Beautifully observed


Another corker of a tale

Richard Madeley

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