Once, twice, three times an Aisling
by Emer McLysaght
The 3rd book in Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen's phenomenally successful, No. 1 bestselling Complete Aisling book series. Aisling's turning 30, and she's still a complete Aisling. Business is booming at her café BallyGoBrunch, her best friend Majella is expecting the hen of the century, while Aisling is in the throes of a fling with the handsome and mannerly blow-in James Matthews. Life is all go.
When the big birthday hits, Aisling is faced with a huge surprise and an unexpected decision. Throw in a hapless wedding planner, a mysterious American visitor, the return of her brother Paul, not to mention her ex John's face around every corner, and Aisling's got an awful lot on her plate. When doubts, worries and an unfortunate clash threaten to get the better of her, Aisling needs to dig deep to see if she has enough strength and inspirational quotes to make it through.
Praise for Oh My God, What a Complete Aisling, The Importance of Being Aisling and Once, Twice, Three Times an Aisling: 'Funny, sassy, smart . who doesn't love Aisling?' Miriam O'Callaghan 'A day-maker - the cure for cynicism and whatever else ails you.' Sunday Independent 'Hilariously funny, but often very moving too.' John Boyne 'Oh lads! This book! There aren't enough words for how much I love it. It's feckin' HILAIRE and very touching.' Marian Keyes
'Everyone in Ireland was reading Oh My God, What a Complete Aisling this Christmas and I got thoroughly swept up in the hype, devouring it in a couple of sittings. It's been called "An Irish Bridget Jones" - and that should give you an idea of what you're dealing with. It's sweet and it's funny and it's moving.' Lynn Enright, The Pool
'A loving ode to a certain type of Irish woman that's hilarious, comforting and warm. A hot water bottle of a book, if you will.' The Daily Edge 'An utter ray of sunshine. Now that I've finished the book, I miss Aisling so much that it hurts. It's funny. Proper funny. Actual, literal, LOL funny. I laughed. Out loud. On the tube.' Red 'There's a little bit of Aisling in all of us.' The Sunday Times 'One of the funniest books I've read in twenty years.' Paul Howard 'One of my fave novels of 2017. It really does remind me of Marian Keyes.' Louise O'Neill
'Funny, charming, reminiscent of Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine.' The Independent 'This hilarious Irish bestseller, which came to life via a viral Facebook page, follows country girl Aisling as she moves from her hometown to big city living in Dublin. She's sw