She goes back to Italy with a head full of memories and a heart filled with hope. Her return trip proves to be quite different, as she learns that what she most yearns for can be waiting in the place she least expects to find it.
Just-dumped and heartbroken, Emma departs reluctantly for the safari holiday she and Sam had booked together. Little does she realise what Africa has in store for her…
Despite having lived in Africa, London, Canada and San Francisco, Roisin Meaney is Irish through and through. In 1977 she entered a competition on the back of a cereal box and won a car. In 2001 she entered a ‘write a bestseller’ competition and won a two book publishing deal.
Since then she’s had nine adult novels and two children’s books published, and she’s made the Irish top five fiction list three times (with one number one). Her books have been translated into several languages and two have been published in the US and Canada.
She currently lives with a cat in the west of Ireland. In her spare time tells stories to tiny tots in her local library, and she occasionally enjoys a Guinness. Roisin’s latest novel is called SOMETHING IN COMMON and AFTER THE WEDDING is out July 2014.