Aria’s Travelling Book Shop (The Travelling Shops #2) by Rebecca Raisin

Aria’s Travelling Book Shop
.ePUB, 232 pages
Expected Publication: August 10th 2021 by Harper 360 - HQ Digital

About the Book:

Aria Summers knows what she wants. A life on the road with best friend Rosie and her beloved camper-van-cum-book-shop, and definitely, definitely, no romance. But when Aria finds herself falling – after one too many glasses of wine, from a karaoke stage – into the arms of Jonathan, a part of her comes back to life for the first time in years. Since her beloved husband died Aria has sworn off love, unless it’s the kind you can find in the pages of a book. One love of her life is quite enough. And so Aria tries to forget Jonathan and sets off for a summer to remember in France. But could this trip change Aria’s life forever…?

My Review:
This is book two in the travelling shops series, I did not read book one but there was no need to to be able to enjoy this one. I will, however, be reading about Rosie's Tea Shop as soon as possible. At first I thought this story was going to be about books, but it turned into more of a romance and a sweet one at that. Many books are mentioned throughout the story and it was fun looking them up.

The descriptions of Paris made me envious and wishing I could visit France right now, especially the food. This book started out a little said, Aria is trying to get over the death of her husband and refuses to even think of falling in love again...then along comes Jonathan. I won't give anything away, you'll just have to read it yourself. I liked that the main characters were a little older than the usual and they were the type of characters you want to be friends with, become nomads with. They made it sound like such fun and so adventurous. I wonder and hope there may be more travelling shops in our reading future!

Thank you NetGalley, Rebecca Raisin and Harper 360 - HQ Digital for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an impartial review; all opinions are my own.

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