New friends. New beginnings. Old secrets...
'Sweet and heartwarming' - Bestselling author MARIAN KEYES
'The word "uplifting" was invented for this tender and poignant story. It's a beautifully written debut, a must-read' - Bestselling author JUDY LEIGH
Though they come from the same small Irish village, lonely widow Ruby and struggling single mother Frankie couldn't be more different.
Then they discover the Moonlight Gardening Club, founded to remind its members that even on the darkest of nights, beauty and light can still be found. As they plant flowers chosen specially to be enjoyed under a carpet of stars in the gentle glow of moonlight, an unexpected friendship starts to bloom - and it might be just what each of them needs.
But when shocking secrets from the past are revealed, both their worlds are turned upside down. If their friendship is going to survive, each of them must face what they've been running from...
Fans of FAITH HOGAN's The Ladies' Midnight Swimming Club, SHEILA O'FLANAGAN and MARY ALICE MONROE will fall head over heels for this emotional story about secrets, fresh starts and the power of friendship, set in enchanting Ireland.
Readers are loving The Moonlight Gardening Club:
'What a delight ... a gorgeous, emotional read with characters to hold your heart' - Liz Fenwick
'A poignant, heartwarming, uplifting story of the enriching gift of friendship' - Patricia Scanlan
'Full of warmth and heart ... Rosie Hannigan is an exciting new voice in Irish fiction' - Hazel Gaynor
'A beautiful, warm book with relatable characters and plenty of surprises' - Rachael English
'Secrets, love and forgiveness - the perfect seaside read!' - Amelia Addler
'Frankie and Ruby's voices were beautifully distinct ... Rosie Hannigan is one to watch!' - Amanda Geard
'An evergreen story of friendship and hope... written with such warmth and humour, you'll want to visit time and again' - Evie Gaughan
'An emotionally riveting story of friendship and secrets' - Amanda Cassidy
'A warm and charming debut that's absolutely full of heart' - Ally Sinclair