[KINDLE] ❤ The Tavern on Maple Street ➜ Sharon Owens – Golanvideoagency.info

The Tavern on Maple Street Beautiful Lily Beaumont And Her Husband Jack Are Owners Of A Genuine Victorian Tavern, Situated On One Of Belfast S Few Remaining Narrow Cobbled Streets It S A Favourite Among The Locals Who Love The Quiet Atmosphere, Good Beer, And Simple Food Then One Day, Dublin Based Developer Vincent Halloran Arrives With Big Plans For Maple Street The Other Traders Are Keen To Sell Up And Retire, But Jack And Lily Aren T Ready To Call Time, Please On Their Beloved Tavern Instead Lily Hires Four Pretty Barmaids To Bring In The Customers Enter Pint Sized, Man Eater Bridget, Lazy Art Student Daisy, Neurotic Trudy, And Painfully Shy Marie And If The Stakes For Lily And Jack Weren T Already High Enough, There S A Secret About The Maple Street Tavern That Has Yet To Be Discovered A Secret That Will Redefine The Meaning Of Love, Friendship, And Family In The Most Surprising Ways


About the Author: Sharon Owens

Here are some questions I get asked a lot DID YOU ALWAYS WANT TO BE A WRITER No, it never crossed my mind, though I have always loved books.WHAT BOOKS DID YOU LOVE AS A CHILD THE BORROWERSTHE BORROWERS AFIELDTHE BORROWERS AFLOATTHE BORROWERS ALOFTTHE BORROWERS AVENGED, all by Mary NortonTHE SECRET GARDEN by Frances Hodgson BurnettTHE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE by CS LewisWHAT BOOKS DO YOU LO



10 thoughts on “The Tavern on Maple Street

  1. says:

    I can t wait to read of her books


  2. says:

    This book was a good companion to me over the past several daysIt got me through the waiting room at the Dr s office, kept me occupied when I got a flat tire on the expressway and had to wait for my husband to rescue me, and helped pass the time while I waited for my highlights to develop at the hairdressersIt was a sweet, witty book that felt like a friend


  3. says:

    This was the first of my festive reads this year I started it in November and was led into the festive season along with Jack and Lily Beaumont and their preparations for the holiday season and a complete life change in their home city of Belfast The heart of the story is the tavern itself It doesn t really have a name and is simply known as Beaumonts to everyone tha


  4. says:

    My 2010 bookcrossing review This one has been sitting around a while So I thought I would finally get it read and picked it up late this afternoon I ve now read the first four chapters and I honestly don t care what happens to the characters, whether they manage to save the pub or not, or what the mystery the back blurb refers to is This is polite, wooden writing with two dim


  5. says:

    I thought it was cute..it reminded me of Maeve Binchy in a way It does take place in Ireland, which I like Cute story


  6. says:

    A wonderful and cozy little story.


  7. says:

    I loved the concept of the little old pub set back in a quite street in Belfast It didn t let me down there I do think the author over stereotyped a number of the characters, so you will need to look past that The ending is somewhat predictable, but if you are looking for an easy, light read, and you enjoy all things Irish Northern Irish, you will be happy you went with this book Don t expect too much


  8. says:

    I love stories set in Ireland This one was so nice all the way through I could do without the language, alcohol, and immorality but the story itself was nice and entertaining.


  9. says:

    Very reminiscent of Maeve Binchy, although, to my mind, she can never be replaced, The Tavern on Maple Street has many of the same qualities as her writing The main characters are well developed and the secondary characters are than cardboard cutouts I haven t read any of Owens other books but I have a feeling that I ll meet some of these characters again in them This is a novel where almost everyone is good and those


  10. says:

    This is a warm, charming story that you ll want to read while drinking a warm cup of team wrapped in a cozy throw I was a big fan of Maeve Binchy and Rosamunde Pilcher and this book reminds me so much of their novels I love stories set in Ireland also Memorable characters and a bit of humor made this book a delightful read I must read the author s other books.


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