The Little Bookshop of Love Stories by Jaimie Admans



Release Date: 05.08.2020


Synopsis:

Today is the Mondayest Monday ever. Hallie Winstone has been fired – and it wasn’t even her fault!

Having lost her job and humiliated herself in front of a whole restaurant full of diners, this is absolutely, one hundred percent, the worst day of her life.

That is until she receives an email announcing that she is the lucky winner of the Once Upon a Page Bookshop!

Owning a bookshop has always been Hallie’s dream, and when she starts to find secret love letters on the first pages of every book, she knows she's stumbled across something special.

Things get even better when she meets gorgeous, bookish Dimitri and between them, they post a few of the hidden messages online, reuniting people who thought they were lost forever.

But maybe it’s time for Hallie to find her own happy-ever-after, too?


Review:



The Little Bookshop of Love Stories was such a nice, lovely read.
This was the first time I read Jaimie Admans work and I fell in love with her writing and the plot, a comforting warmth surrounded my heart while reading it.

“I’m a huge supporter of new books too, but rereading old favourites brings a special kind of nostalgia that only books can create. If you reread a book you loved as a child, it transports you back to that time and place in a way that nothing else can. It’s not the same as watching a film or revisiting a real place because it’s somewhere that exists only in your imagination.”

Hallie, is a young woman with a losing record, she can never keep a job and she did almost everything. A day, when she came back home after she has lost yet another waitressing job, she found out she has won her favourite bookshop. Dimitri, is mysterious and talented man. He spent a lot of time at the bookshop drawing a book for kids.
Hallie's frightened by the burden of responsibility, she thought she isn't good enough to make the bookshop thrive and survive. Fortunately Dimitri helped her to find her way to keep the shop open and to get back a little of self confidence and hope.

“I’m alone in the world, although I believe that anyone who loves books is never truly alone, and that’s always been enough for me.”

It seemed like this book knew me, and talked about me, but it is more realistic thinking that it spoke to every book lover out there, around the world.
I throughly recommend it.

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