Hanna left her cheating husband and moved back to Ireland with her daughter to her mother's home. She begins to rebuild her life but her ability to trust and fit in are sorely lacking. The council is deciding where to put their budget money and Hanna brings together the community together to defeat the council's plan where the taxpayers money for the Finfarran Peninsula.
I liked Hanna. I could feel what she felt. I was rooting her on as she takes on the council. The people around her are fun. Her ex, Malcolm, is a jerk. Jazz, her daughter, needs to grow up. Her mother is tough. Conor and Fury are interesting and probably her best friends although she does not realize it. The story was good. I felt like I was there in Ireland. I look forward to the next book.