The month of borrowed dreams
Hanna Casey, local librarian in the little Irish town of Lissbeg, has started a club showing films based on popular novels. In May she's screening Brooklyn, a love story about choices ... and soon the club's members find echoes of the film in their own lives and loves. Aideen's engaged to Conor and planning a double wedding with Conor's brother and his overbearing fiancee Eileen. How will she cope with Eileen's nightmare vision of a dream wedding? Saira Khan is helping a young rough sleeper get off the streets. What can she do when he makes the wrong choices and risks his only chance of a new life? Hanna's daughter Jazz believes she's finally found her roots in Lissbeg. What will happen when her life turns upside down and she's faced with the choice of staying in Ireland or moving back to London, where she grew up? Hanna herself is happy with Brian, her new man. But when Malcolm, her manipulative ex-husband, turns up attempting a reconciliation how will she choose between them? Meanwhile, Brian has his own demons. Has his painful past destroyed his hopes for the future? And how is Hanna going to react when she discovers a secret he's kept from her for years? Before the club's June meeting, they'll all face hard choices and take risks. But will they get the happy endings they deserve?
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