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Twelve Days in May by Niamh Hargan
About The Book
For Lizzy Munro, working at the Cannes Film Festival doesn’t just mean cafes, champagne and celebrities. It also means the reappearance of Ciaran Flynn, a man she hasn’t spoken to in 12 years. While Lizzie works for the Scottish Film Board, Ciaran is the man everyone is talking about: heartthrob of the moment and director of the hottest film of the year.
When his film hits a huge snag, Lizzy is the only person who can save it. And it’s a film that bears a striking resemblance to their relationship all those years ago…
But fairytale endings only happen in the movies. Is this one love story that’s just too good to be true?
I always love a good romance to lift up my mood and make me smile!
“Twelve Days in May” is a sweet and beautiful story about second chances in love and friendship. With some real characters to fall in love and a sweet story to dream about!
Lizzy Munro and Ciaran Flynn were best friends 12 years ago, now they don’t talk to each other…. But maybe fate has decided to make them cross paths again and with the help of the glamorous Cannes in the background their sparks will start to shine.
I liked how this story is presented; between flashbacks from the past, how these two characters meet and their friendship ended. But now, 12 years later they will reunite again at the famous film festival; one as a director and the other part of the Scottish board film. Ciaran will need Lizzy’s help to save his film and maybe this reunion will be the little push they need to start trusting each other again and be friends? (Or something more…)
I loved this book, it’s not only about the romance of the characters but their past and how sometimes misunderstandings can change your life forever!
If you are looking for a sweet read to make you happy and keep you turning pages till the end, try this book, you’ll love it!
Are you ready for ‘Twelve Days in May”?
About The Author
Niamh Hargan was born and raised in Derry, Northern Ireland. An entertainment lawyer by profession, she first attended the Cannes Film Festival several years ago and found the experience to be both exactly like, and nothing at all like, what she had expected. When it became impossible to travel to Cannes in May 2020, she
began to write about it instead.