A woman in trouble turns to ice cream, and just might find love in its pursuit.
Emelda is 46 years old. Her husband, Charlie, has just left her for a 23-year-old dancer. Her five difficult sons worship their father and blame Emelda for his departure. On top of everything else, she has to struggle with a new job at the local supermarket. For comfort she turns to her only true friend – ice-cream.
But lately there’s a handsome man driving the ice-cream van. Could romance be about to blossom?
Cecelia Ahern was just 21 years old when she wrote her first novel, P.S. I Love You, which was an instant best-seller and now a major motion picture starring Hilary Swank and Gerard Butler. Since then she has published four more novels, Where Rainbows End, If You Could See Me Now, Love, Rosie and There’s No Place Like Here. Thanks for the Memories: A Novel was published in April 2009 by Harper. Cecelia Ahern’s books have sold more than three million copies worldwide. Her father is Bertie Ahern, Taoiseach of Ireland (head of government) from 1997 to 2008.
Cecelia Ahern lives in Dublin.