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Melissa Hill


Ireland

aka Casey Hill

USA TODAY & International #1 bestselling author Melissa Hill lives in Dublin and is one of Ireland's most popular female fiction authors.

Her page-turning contemporary stories are published worldwide, translated into 25 different languages and are regular chart-toppers in Ireland and internationally. SOMETHING FROM TIFFANY'S (aka A GIFT FROM TIFFANY'S) became one of Italy's 2011 Top Ten bestselling books overall and THE CHARM BRACELET was a USA today bestseller.
 

Genres: Romance, General Fiction
 

Series
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   1. Wishful Thinking (2005)
   2. Never Say Never (2005)
     aka The Single Wife
   3. All Because of You (2006)
   4. The Heartbreak Cafe (2011)
   5. The Guest List (2013)
   6. The Last to Know (2007)
   7. Not What You Think (2004)
     aka Little White Lies
   8. Christmas at The Heartbreak Cafe (2014)
   9. Summer at the Heartbreak Cafe (2015)
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Winter Escape
   Before I Forget (2008)
     aka Christmas in New York
   A Weekend in Paris (2020)
     aka Christmas in Paris
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Melissa Hill recommends
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Parting Company (2006)
Mary O'Sullivan
"A riveting read - absolutely unputdownable."
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In a Moment (2012)
Caroline Finnerty
"So enjoyable - an addictive and hugely moving story."
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5 Peppermint Grove (2012)
Michelle Jackson
"A gorgeous, addictive read, full of Michelle's trademark warm and evocative writing."
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The Ex Factor (2016)
Eva Woods
"Warm, witty and lots of fun."
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The Secrets of Primrose Square (2018)
(Primrose Square, book 1)
Claudia Carroll
"Full of warmth, humour and emotion . . . I guarantee you'll love it."
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A Mother's Heart (2022)
Carmel Harrington
"Wow, where do I start... A completely addictive heartfelt story peppered with Carmel's trademark warmth... this gorgeous read truly was the perfect escape from day to day life."

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