In any normal situation Fiona and Sarah would be friends. They are both smart and loving, great mothers, brilliant at life. And they both need a pal. But when Sarah arrives in Fiona's small town on the Clare coast, it's not a normal situation. Sarah is on a mission and before either she or Fiona know it - and without her meaning to cause havoc - that single-minded vision has turned both their worlds upside-down. Fiona and Sarah both discover that just as love drains out of lives that are routine and taken for granted, so it can also flow back into those lives in unexpected and breathtaking ways. And where the love gets in, it changes things forever.
Tara Heavey's early childhood was spent in London until her family moved to Dublin when she was 12. Before becoming a full-time writer, she was a solicitor. She lives in Co Kilkenny with her husband and two children. Where the Love Gets In is her fifth novel.