This is a sweet, smart literary love story, both in its writing quality and having books as a central theme. There are many characters, and most are interesting and fairly well developed. The idyllic village of Peasebrook is not immune to loss; some characters deal with grief throughout the novel. I enjoyed the British slang and wish it was possible spend several hours browsing in Nightingale Books.
Sometimes I just need a feel good book. A book about small town life and all lives intermingled has its quirky characters. Sweet love stories often make a charming read. As an avid reader, of course, I am a sucker for books set in and around bookshops. It's an added bonus when a book like How to Find Love in a Bookshop by Veronica Henry packages all of that in one story.
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