About The Book
Though they come from the same small Irish village, lonely widow Ruby and struggling single mother Frankie couldn’t be more different.
Then they discover the Moonlight Gardening Club, founded to remind its members that even on the darkest of nights, beauty and light can still be found. As they plant flowers chosen specially to be enjoyed under a carpet of stars in the gentle glow of moonlight, an unexpected friendship starts to bloom – and it might be just what each of them needs.
But when shocking secrets from the past are revealed, both their worlds are turned upside down. If their friendship is going to survive, each of them must face what they’ve been running from…
About the Author
Rosie Hannigan is the pen name of Amy Gaffney, who hails from Kildare and is a graduate of UCD’s Creative Writing MA. In 2021 she was shortlisted for the Penguin Michael Joseph Christmas Love Story Competition. Her poetry is published in Poetry Ireland Review Issue 125, and the Irish Times Hennessy New Irish Writing. Amy’s short story Mother May I was shortlisted for the Irish Book Awards in 2019, in the Short Story of the Year category.