Just in for patrons seeking a cozy read. Paris for One and Other Stories by Jojo Moyes (Me Before You), a ‘vibrant collection’ containing one novella and eight short stories. The stories all deal in some way with romantic entanglements. New passions, old trysts, a Twitter scandal, and a heist keep the pages turning while the romantic ups and downs make it needful to keep the hankies handy. An Irish Country Love Story by Patrick Taylor continues the gentle adventures and wry predicaments of the denizens of Ballybucklebo. Taylor’s Ireland, unlike Lisa McInerney or Roddy Doyle’s, is the old sod of imagination. Which is part of its appeal.
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