Happy Monday book lovers!
Hope you’re doing well! This book is the ultimate book lovers romance! So if you love books and you love romance this is the one for you!
Author Callie Logan never expected to swap her life in London for one in rural Suffolk but, after the breakdown of her marriage, she decides that a fresh start is just what she needs. Finding Owl Cottage in the tiny village of Newton St Clare, Callie determines to give up on love and throw herself into her work. But fate seems to have other ideas and she soon has two very different men vying for her attention.
First there’s Leo who likes to live on the wild side which usually means taking his dates foraging in the local woods for their supper. Then there’s Sam Nightingale, owner of Nightingale’s bookshop. Sam, recovering from a divorce, has also vowed to embrace the single life. That is, until he meets Callie.
But is Callie willing to risk her heart again and, if she is, will she make the right choice?
A sweet story filled with romance and books. This really is the ultimate book lovers romance. Author Callie Logan moves to a small village after the unraveling of her marriage. She is eager to live a quieter life away from busy London and free of love. But as we all know love tends to happen when you aren’t looking for it and soon Callie meets two interesting but very different men. So will Callie find love again? And with who? And most important of all will she get her reading mojo back?
I was a little concerned when I read the blurb for this because I am not a fan of the love triangle. But I have to say this was not really a love triangle there was an obvious choice (well at least it was for me). I really loved this small charming village. And everyone in this village must read because there were at least three bookstores all run by members of the nightingale family. The nightingale family was probably my favorite part of this book. I loved all the family members and their passion for life and books. There is a lot of booktalk in this story especially between Callie and Sam Nightingale. Something this book made me realize is that I am more interested in the content of books then the look, feel, or smell. This was an engaging feel-good story and I am looking forward to more books in the series.
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