The Little Bookshop Of Promises by Debbie Macomber (Review)

The Little Bookshop Of Promises by Debbie Macomber (Review)

Feb 3, 2020, 8:41:53 PM Entertainment

'Somewhere between a car accident and a divorce, Annie Applegate stopped believing in happy endings.

Now, she just wants to disappear. And the tiny town of Promise fits the bill. With its winding streets and melting-pot of residents, it’s the perfect place for Annie to hide away and open the bookshop she always dreamed of owning.

Until her new-found peace and quiet is disturbed by Lucas, a widower who rivals Annie as the most cynical person in town.

With his troubled past and precocious children, Lucas is the last person she should be getting involved with. But when he asks for her help, Annie comes to realize that, maybe, going it alone isn’t the solution after all…'

I adored this book.

I was so excited to read this book. It sounded like it was going to be just up my alley, and I am please to say I was correct in thinking this.

I will freely admit that it took me a few chapters to get into this book due to the fact that it was centered around a town rather than a specific character. This took me a few chapters to get use to as I was being introduced to many different characters and their individual story lines. Once I got my head around who everyone was and their connections to each other, I absolutely fell in love with this book.

Even though I hadn't expected to follow so many characters, I fell in love with each and every character. I honestly couldn't pick a favourite if I tried. There was something for everyone in this book, and all of the characters where so perfectly crafted with individual traits and 'feels' about them.

Debbie Marcomber did a fantastic job with this book. I cant really describe the way it made me feel. The best I can come up with is that it made me feel like I was home. It was warm, safe and felt like a wonderful hug.

Now that I have finished this book, I am looking forward to diving into more of Debbie Marcomber's stories.

I truly believe that everyone will find something to love about this book when they read it. So do yourself a favour and read this book now.

The Little Bookshop of Promises by Debbie Marcomber with give you all the feels and leave you wanting more.

Published by Geramie Kate Barker

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