“For centuries, Irish matchmakers have performed a vital service, bringing people together in love and marriage. It is a mysterious art, and the very best matchmakers have an almost magical quality to them. Willie Daly, whose father and grandfather were matchmakers before him, is the most celebrated of them all. Each year his tiny home town of Lisdoonvarna (population 800) hosts a matchmaking festival that attracts 40,000 visitors from around the world. They all hope to meet Willie, ‘the horse whisperer of matchmaking’. With his unique blend of intuition, quiet wisdom and a small drop of cunning, Willie has brought together hundreds of couples over the years. In The Last Matchmaker he recounts some of the best stories along with his own. The path to love can be heart-warming, hilarious, and sometimes hair-raising – and Willie is the perfect guide. The Last Matchmaker is a fascinating journey into the world of matchmaking and a timely reminder that the search for love is the greatest quest of all. And should the reader be looking for love, Willie has some hard-learned, practical advice to share… “

Willie’s Tips for Love:

If you see someone you like talk at once with them don’t wish you did after they are gone.

You have to know what you want when looking for love..

Love for a while, or love for a relationship

Give the friendship a chance you will at first like him/her  and then look forward to seeing them.

Talk to your partner with light conversation, and eventfully you will know the rest,

 flirt  and hold hands.

Don’t rush to get closer it will happen when it’s right, you have plenty of time.

 

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