Tales from a Hen Weekend


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This book is written by author Sheila Norton under the pseudonym of Olivia Ryan.

Katie Halliday’s off on her hen weekend to Dublin with her closest female friends and relatives. She’s hoping to relax, unwind, and try to forget the recent bickering with her fiancé Matt. But, encouraged by the alcohol and girlie banter, the other girls all choose this time to make some disturbing confessions about their own lives.
This series of shocks is bad enough for Katie to take on board, without the burden of keeping a shocking secret of her own. And it doesn’t help that she’s a little too attracted to gorgeous-looking Harry Cornwell, who’s been found by the girls as a ‘trophy’ for one of their hen-party games. But it won’t lead to anything – after all, Katie’s in love with Matt – isn’t she?
Katie begins to feel that she doesn’t actually know herself, any more than she knew her mum, her sister, or her best girlfriends. A hen weekend isn’t exactly the time to discover your world’s falling apart. But it might be the time to start putting it back together.

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