The Lost and Found Bookshop (by Susan Wiggs) … a wonderful book about a bookshop

I am a huge fan of books about bookshops.  So this book really appealed to me.  There are so many emotions threaded through the pages … loss, love, insecurity, doubt, family.  The characters are well developed and you find yourself drawn into their lives.  Natalie and her grandfather, Andrew, will touch you deeply as you walk through their pain and loss and strong sense of family.  And how can you not fall in love with Dorothy!  While there is romance involved, it’s not over the top syrupy sweet.  It was simply a plus to a story that will draw you in and have you crying, laughing, and cheering.

Thank you to NetGalley and William Morrow for my advanced review copy.  All opinions and thoughts are my own.

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