Ellie Moira ó Maoldhamhnaigh is an only child. Orphaned at the tender age of five, she went to live with her grandparents. After the death of her nan, her last living relative, she leaves her tiny Northern Ireland island home forever and goes about as far as she can without a passport. London.
It’s far from Rathlin - in more than just miles.
Once surrounded by quiet and solitude, Ellie finds herself in the middle of a loud and bustling city. She has a job, mates, and a flat of her very own. But it doesn’t make her less lonely. In fact, it makes her miss everything about her life before coming to London. Well, almost everything.
But, how do you get back to who you were if the life you’d been living is over?
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So this happened ...
I’ve been growing my hair out after chopping it off when Linda passed away. I’d also dyed it a brilliant blue with pink underneath. After 6 months though, it was so faded and ratty looking that I needed to do something about it. I’d been trying to put off dying it for as long as I could and it was finally time. So, I went through all the colors I had the other day and slapped some Tanzanite (Ion Colour Brilliance) in it because I’d bought it but never tried that shade before. Three days later, the first round of paperbacks of “Just Like Lightning” were delivered to the house. And … well …
Reviews of To Face The Fire
Bridget Jones meets 50 First Dates - It grabs you from the beginning until you're so totally immersed in Donna's life that you HAVE TO stay up way too late reading.
Not only will it make you laugh so hard people will ask you what you are reading, but it will also make you cry so have tissues on hand. Noble takes you on a wonderful journey with her eloquently written storylines and then leaves you wanting more.
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Reviews of Just Like Lightning
Great book/series! Interesting story line, funny, and down to earth. Loved it!
Excellent read. Good characters and suspense.