Book Review: The Little Shop of Happy Ever After by Jenny Colgan

Title: The Little Shop of Happy Ever After
By: Jenny Colgan
Genre: Fiction
Pages: 343
Release Date: January 11th, 2016
Publisher: Sphere
Rating: ★★★★☆

Summary from Goodreads:

Given a back-room computer job when the beloved Birmingham library she works in turns into a downsized retail complex, Nina misses her old role terribly - dealing with people, greeting her regulars, making sure everyone gets the right books for their needs. Then a new business nobody else wants catches her eye: owning a tiny little bookshop bus up in the Scottish highlands. No computers. Shortages. Out all hours in the freezing cold; driving with a tiny stock of books... not to mention how the little community is going to take to her, particularly when she stalls the bus on a level crossing... 


This was a wonderful love story that I couldn't put down. The main character in this book has to be one of the strongest women I've read about. She had a wonderful idea, one that she brought to life. The impact of her mobile book store brought the magic of a story to so many people who needed it.

The layers within this story were fun to sift through and in the end, I loved the story even more.

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