!!> BOOKS ✻ The Little Shop of Happy Ever After ✴ Author Jenny Colgan – Tactical-player.co.uk

The Little Shop of Happy Ever After Great For Mother S Day A Charming And Witty Read My Weekly Charming And Genuinely Fun Tale Heat Cheery And Heartwarming Escapism Sunday Mirror An Absolute Dream Of A ReadFunny, Heartwarming And Compulsively Readable, The Little Shop Of Happy Ever After Is Perfect Novelicious A Delightful Story About The Love Of Books And Reading Cathy Rentzenbrink Stylist Sunday Times Bestselling Author Jenny Colgan Returns With An Hilarious, Heartwarming, Happy Ever After As Nina Follows Her Heart And Her Dreams To A New Life In The Countryside



5 thoughts on “The Little Shop of Happy Ever After

  1. says:

    When I first started reading this tale I wasn t immediately won over However by about 30 pages deep I found myself being completely sucked in to this fictional world and suffering from the reader s curse of just one chapter then I ll go to sleep As the story progresses I found myself beginning to get jealous of Nina s new life let s face it it all sounds ab


  2. says:

    I couldn t resist this I love books, libraries and Scotland.However, I had low expectations as from the title and cover I d pegged it a romance of the type that people tend to read on the commute, or on holiday, which I generally find infuriatingly twee and insubstantial I know that s snobby Jenny Colgan instead delivered a feel good story without the ick, with i


  3. says:

    This is such an indulgent read, and left me with a big smile Nina is a little bookworm, who works as librarian in Birmingham She has a narrow, safe life which radically changes when she is made redundant She does something completely out of character and moves up to the Scottish highlands and opens up her own unique little bookshop I would love to visit This is a nove


  4. says:

    For any one who loves reading and loses themself in another world every time they open a book, BUY THIS If you are already a fan of Jenny Colgan then you will know how warm her writing style is and that each of the characters she creates becomes somebody you care about For those who have never read one of Colgan s books then get yourself a cup of tea, a cosy blanket and pr


  5. says:

    I loved that this book was set, mostly, in the Scottish Highlands, as I adore this area But I am afraid that,and the book bus, are the only things I really liked about it I just found it all a bit predictable to be honest I don t want to give the plot away as that wouldn t be fair to future readers But I felt the storyline in the last third or so of the book was rushed It was c


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