The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George
RaeleighReads rating: Four Cups
“He wanted her to sense the boundless possibilities offered by books. They would always be enough. They would never stop loving their readers. They were a fixed point in an otherwise unpredictable world. In life. In love. After death.”
Oh my gosh, this book was so sweet!!! I had all the gushy, fuzzy feelings reading this. Following are my various GoodReads updates [ ].
This book warms my heart!
I had no idea a simple caress could be so scintillating. Whew!
Then for the rest of the book:
This book makes me feel a serious range of emotions. So. Many. Tears!!! I’m enjoying every minute of it!
Okay, if you made it this far, this book is so incredibly moving. I don’t normally like books that are so overtly romantic and sentimental, but I didn’t want to put this one down. It made me grin. It made me giggle. It made me blush. And it made me CRY! Like, a lot!
I read this as part of the Read Harder Challenge 2017, #3, Read a book about books. I mean, it was pretty much guaranteed that I would like this challenge. I love reading books about books!
This guest review was contributed by Raeleighreads. An avid reader and self-proclaimed opinionated know-it-all, it only made sense for this blogger to start a book review blog. She is quite detailed with her submission policy, which makes it helpful for authors to submit what’s applicable.