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Now, Scarlett is back in her childhood home with her plan in tatters and a baby on the way, while John Smith – actuary, proper grown-up and Scarlett’s boyfriend – has left her to join an archaeological dig in a tiny village somewhere in Brazil.
But that’s not the worst bit.

The worst bit is she can’t be sure who the father of the baby is . . . even though she’s slept with exactly four-and-a-half men in her entire 35 years.

As a distraction, Scarlett throws herself into her job as a wedding planner, but even that’s not going smoothly. Because of her growing feelings for her most important client’s husband-to-be . . .

In the end it’s the person she thought she knew best – herself – who surprises her the most. Join Scarlett as she tries, for the first time ever, to navigate life without a plan.

Reviews

Praise for SAVING GRACE
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So funny and so much fun, it's impossible to believe it's Geraghty's first . . . Warm , moving and hilarious.
<i>Evening Herald</i>, Ireland
Perfect pace and plenty of banter help Geraghty's debut hit the right balance between hilariously funny and poignant . . . accessible and charming.
<i>Image</i>, Ireland
Move over Marian, it's Ciara . . . impressive and highly entertaining [with] one of the most authentic female characters I've read in women's fiction for a long time . . . lots of biting humour and a darker side beneath the laughs.
<i>Irish Independent Review</i>
'This laugh out loud page-turner is full of characters you long to know . . . This delicious debut cannot fail to enchant the young, and the young at heart.'
<i>Irish Examiner</i>
'A touching story of a flawed but loveable heroine'
<i>U</i> magazine
Witty, sharp and intelligent . . . a great way to switch off at the end of the day
RTE Guide
Quirky characters, heart-rending turnarounds and an ending that's far from traditional
Evening Herald