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You'll find a warm welcome in the latest audiobook from Ali McNamara, best-selling author of The Little Flower Shop by the Sea and From Notting Hill with Love, Actually.
One summer, property seeker Serendipity Parker finds herself on the beautiful west coast of Ireland, hunting for a home for a wealthy Irish client. But when she finds the perfect house in the small town of Ballykiltara, there's a problem: nobody seems to know who owns it. The Welcome House is a local legend. Its front door is always open for those in need of shelter, and there's always a plentiful supply of food in the cupboards for the hungry or poor.
While Ren desperately tries to find the owner to see if she can negotiate a sale, she begins to delve deeper into the history and legends that surround the old house and the town. But for a woman who has always been focussed on her work, she's remarkably distracted by Finn, the attractive manager of the local hotel. But will she ever discover the real truth behind the mysterious Welcome House? Or will the house cast its magical spell over Ren and help her to find true happiness?
©2017 Ali McNamara (P)2017 Little Brown Book Group
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By Jan on 08-18-17

Not this time

I love Ali McNamara's books usually but this one just did not do it. It started out a bit ordinary but as I read it got worse. I tried hard to persevere but simply could not finish it. The storyline was ridiculous. One of the most boring books I have read.

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By Teresa on 12-06-17

story and performance disappointing

this story was long winded, the narrator seemed to yell so often it was distracting and the voice used for Kiki was really bad. Most sentances had one or two loud or over emphasised words that made listening irritating. There were several audio errors where sentences or phrases were repeated. the story was boring and at times sounded as if it had been written by a 14 year old.The mystery was not a mystery at all and nothing really gets resolved. Not a good introduction to this author at all. Would NOT recommend.

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