Weight: 420 g
Heartbroken Natalie Harper inherits her mother's charming, cash-strapped bookshop and finds herself the carer for her ailing grandfather Andrew. She thinks it's best to move him to an assisted-living home to ensure his care, but to pay for it, Natalie will have to sell up the bookshop. However, Grandpa Andrew owns the building and refuses to budge.
Moving into the studio apartment above the shop, Natalie hires a contractor, Peach Gallagher, to do some repairs. His young daughter becomes a regular at the shop, and she and Natalie begin reading together while Peach works. Slowly, Natalie's sorrow begins to dissipate as her life becomes an unexpected journey of new friendships. From unearthing hidden artifacts in the bookshop's walls, to learning the truth about her family, the bookshop is full of surprises. Can Natalie reveal her own heart's desire and turn a new page...?
This was such a fun and entertaining book. It will make you grin a lot. A great lighthearted read.
This book has so many wonderful threads running through it from sad losses to life burdens this book covers it all. A really good read for people who love books or just like reading about how challenging life can be.This is sad, funny, heart wrenching and heartwarming. You'll laugh and cry and lose yourself in this wonderful story.
The Lost and Found Bookstore depicts how tragedy can change one’s perspective and forces one to appreciate the things they once took for granted. It’s also reminded me of the need to appreciate our loved ones, as the day will come when they will no longer be in our lives. Fans of the author will enjoy this latest offering, and if you have never tried her books before, then I recommend you give this one a try.
Susan Wiggs never disappoints and Lost And Found Bookshop is no exception. The characters are believable, the story relevant.
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