The Bookshop of Forgotten Dreams by Emily Blaine

The Bookshop of Forgotten Dreams
.ePUB, 240 pages
Expected publication: June 18th 2021 by HarperCollins UK/One More Chapter

About the Book:
Sarah and Max should never have met. She’s a shy bookworm who’s barely ever left her little village; he’s a bad boy actor with the world at his feet. But when Max crosses one line too many, he’s faced with community service in Sarah’s bookshop. With an unruly theatre group to run and a gorgeous, tattooed stranger under her roof, Sarah’s about to discover that real life is more complicated than anything she’s ever read in her beloved books.

My Review:
This was a nice change of characters and place and now I really want to visit the bookshop and village myself. The story was sweet and I really loved that this is a romance that takes place in a bookshop. This is a gentle story, there is drama and strife but very sympathetically described. There are sizzling moments, but just enough. The characters are believable and faults and flaws are present. The characters have you rooting for them to get together...even though Max is a cad at first. I loved the chemistry between the two main characters as well as between the other villagers in the story. This is an excellent pick for a quick pick me up. 

Thank you NetGalley, Emily Blaine and HarperCollins UK/One More Chapter for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an impartial review; all opinions are my own.



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