He's Got to Go

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Simon and Schuster, Jan 6, 2004 - Fiction - 400 pages
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It's a miracle they're related
Apart from being sisters and living in Dublin, Nessa, Cate, and Bree Driscoll couldn't be more different. Nessa's the happy homemaker, tending to her doting husband Adam and little girl Jill and boasting of marital bliss. Cate, a career go-getter with a knock-out wardrobe, lives with her drop-dead gorgeous boyfriend, Finn -- a famous radio host who's about to break into TV -- and never wants kids. Youngest sis Bree -- a mechanic who's happier riding her motorcycle than chasing guys -- is the free spirit of the family, the one who'll never settle down. No wonder they bicker all the time.
In one way they're the same.
When Nessa begins to suspect that Adam isn't the faithful man he seems, all three sisters are shocked. But with the perfect sheen of Nessa's life finally chipped, Cate might just allow herself to admit that things with Finn aren't exactly wonderful either. And, as her two older siblings debate loving and leaving and kicking their men to the curb, Bree dares to embark upon a relationship of her own. Soon all three sisters face unexpected revelations that will show them that they can all stand on their own two feet if they have to...and that they've got each other to lean on no matter what.
 

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HE'S GOT TO GO

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Three Irish sisters, in and out of love.Nessa is contented wife to Adam and mother to eight-year-old Jill; Cate works in sports-shoe marketing and is involved with sexy Finn Coolidge, a popular radio ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
8
Section 3
15
Section 4
55
Section 5
72
Section 6
96
Section 7
107
Section 8
112
Section 18
227
Section 19
236
Section 20
258
Section 21
267
Section 22
300
Section 23
310
Section 24
316
Section 25
343

Section 9
122
Section 10
134
Section 11
149
Section 12
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Section 13
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Section 14
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Section 15
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Section 16
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Section 17
218
Section 26
351
Section 27
363
Section 28
381
Section 29
391
Section 30
392
Section 31
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Section 32
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About the author (2004)

Sheila O’Flanagan pursued a very successful career in banking, foreign exchange dealing, and treasury management before becoming a full-time writer based in Dublin. She also writes a weekly column for the Irish Times and in her spare time plays badminton at competition level.

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