How to Find Love in a Bookshop
Julius Nightingale is a beloved staple in his small Peasebrook community outside of Oxford, England. He found his life’s calling when he set up a book shop, Nightingale Books. When Julius dies, his daughter, Emilia, comes home with fond memories of the shop and the weight of a deathbed promise to keep it going. What her ailing father had failed to mention was the enormous debt the shop had accrued. Emilia doesn’t know how she’s going to fulfill her promise to her father after all.
This book is as warm and cozy as the beloved bookstore it portrays. There is a lively cast of characters who are each trying to find themselves, and love, along the way. Although there are several different storylines, each character is fun and compelling in their own way. The author is a good storyteller, and each of the characters intersect in a satisfying and heartwarming way. This is the perfect book to escape into and relax. Things will turn out right within the pages of this story, which is sometimes just what the soul needs. For a quick, pleasant read, you can’t go wrong with How to Find Love in a Bookshop.
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|Page Count||352 pages|
|Publisher||Pamela Dorman Books|
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