The Month of Borrowed Dreams: A Novel (Finfarran Peninsula #5) (Paperback)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 5 in the Finfarran Peninsula series.
- #1: The Library at the Edge of the World: A Novel (Finfarran Peninsula #1) (Paperback): Not currently in store. May be available on Bookshop.org.
- #2: Summer at the Garden Cafe: A Novel (Finfarran Peninsula #2) (Large Print / Paperback): Not currently in store. May be available on Bookshop.org.
- #3: The Mistletoe Matchmaker: A Novel (Finfarran Peninsula #3) (Paperback): Not currently in store. May be available on Bookshop.org.
- #4: The Transatlantic Book Club: A Novel (Finfarran Peninsula #4) (Paperback): Not currently in store. May be available on Bookshop.org.
- #6: The Heart of Summer: A Novel (Finfarran Peninsula #6) (Large Print / Paperback): Not currently in store. May be available on Bookshop.org.
“A sparkling, life-affirming novel—sunshine on the page.”—Cathy Kelly
Return to USA Today bestselling author Felicity Hayes-McCoy’s Finfarran Peninsula with this enchanting novel in the vein of Jenny Colgan, Maeve Binchy, and Nancy Thayer—humming with the rhythms of modern rural Irish life—in which librarian Hanna Casey and her family and friends face new challenges and possibilities.
On the Finfarran Peninsula on Ireland's west coast, the blue skies and warmer days of summer are almost here. At the Lissbeg Library, Hanna Casey has big plans for the long days ahead. Beginning with the film adaptation of Brooklyn, she’s starting a cinema club, showing movies based on popular novels her friends and neighbors love.
But the drama that soon unfolds in this close-knit seaside village rivals any on the screen.
Just when Lissbeg begins to feel like home, an unexpected twist leaves Hanna’s daughter, Jazz, reeling and may send her back to London.
Aideen worries that her relationship with Conor won't survive the pressures of their planned double wedding with overbearing Eileen and manipulative Joe.
Saira Khan throws herself into helping a troubled new arrival to Finfarran.
Hanna enjoys getting closer to Brian until her ex-husband Malcolm returns, threatening her newfound contentment.
As the club prepares for the first meeting of the summer, they’ll all face difficult choices. But will they get the happy endings they deserve?
About the Author
Irish author Felicity Hayes-McCoy built a successful UK-based career as an actress and writer, working in theatre, music theatre, radio, TV, and digital media. She is the author of two memoirs, The House on an Irish Hillside and A Woven Silence: Memory, History & Remembrance, in addition to an illustrated book Enough Is Plenty: The Year on the Dingle Peninsula. She and her husband divide their time between London and Ireland.
"A sparkling, life-affirming novel—sunshine on the page." — Cathy Kelly
"Heartwarming." — Irish Independent
"This warm and heartfelt novel will make readers genuinely care about the characters and wish them the best. Fans of Jill Mansell will enjoy this one." — Booklist
"Lushly described scenery and a diverse group of characters add interest to this fifth book set on the fictional Finfarran Peninsula (after The Transatlantic Book Club) that is sure to please fans of the series. Readers who enjoy the works of Maeve Binchy will find a similar author here." — Library Journal
“Clear-eyed storytelling in a romantic setting, doing far more than weaving a beguiling tale.” — Irish Central on the Finfarran novels