'In the style of Maeve Binchy and Frank McCourt, Jean Grainger is destined to become one of the great Irish storytellers.'
Roberta Kagan, Bestselling author of With All My Love, Dietrich
As long as Carmel stays in London, nothing can happen to shatter her perfect life.
She has a wonderful marriage, a rewarding career and a great bunch of friends. As far as she's concerned, the sadness of her past can stay back in Ireland, where it belongs. For Carmel, Ireland only means misery, loneliness and fear and she never wants to return. The new, confident and happy Carmel only exists on the cosmopolitan streets of Britain's capital. If she ever was forced to return, she fears she would revert to the mousey downtrodden woman she once was. But when her father suggests a family road trip along Ireland's famous Wild Atlantic Way, she hasn't the heart to turn him down. She tells herself that Sharif will be by her side, and that maybe her father is right and Ireland isn't the terrible place she's made it out to be. But trouble is brewing once more for Carmel and everything she struggled to build looks like it is disintegrating.
As Carmel returns to the land of her birth, she discovers that she cannot fully embrace her future, until she makes peace with her past, and with her country.
A heartwarming story of families, love and loyalty, set against the backdrop of Ireland.
What Will Be, is the final book in the Carmel Sheehan Story.
What reviewers say:
'Jean Grainger is rapidly becoming my favourite author. These characters feel like friends and I hate to leave them at the end.'
'I love Ireland and everything Irish, I can't afford to go there, so this is the next best thing.'
'Good old-fashioned storytelling at it's best. No profanity or violence, just a great story well told. I loved it.'