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  • Highly recommended!

    A brilliant book, perfect for a summer afternoon. The cast of characters is very likable and well written, the plot entertaining and engrossing, the setting made me wish to be there. I look forward to reading other books by this author. Highly recommended! Many thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC, all opinions are mine.

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  • Very good - a nice light read

    I loved the dynamics in this story of big business and a small community that wanted to stay small. Cool how it all worked out and how the businessman helped the book store owner and gave new life to her store.

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  • Lovey holiday read

    I loved the author's previous title "The Little Unicorn Gift Shop" so couldn't wait to get stuck into this one and I wasn't disappointed. There's a wonderful location in the form of Herring Cove and a fabulous cast of characters to keep you entertained as Sophie's story unfolds. I raced through it and although I was a little bereft at the end, you can't beat the warm fuzzy feelings it leaves you with.

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  • Quick fun read

    First off I'll admit to having a certain weakness for stories about bookstores and quaint English villages. That being said The Little Bookshop at Herring Cove is an enjoyable clean, easy read with wonderful characters and of course the perfect HEA. All around this is a solid 4 star book that's perfect fora summer beach read. #TheLittleBookshopAtHerringCove #NetGalley

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  • Sweet, Fun, Lighthearted Summer Read

    Initial Thoughts/Expectations: This was a new-to-me-author, so I had no expectations there. But the cover was cute, and the writeup sounded good, so I had high hopes for the story. What I Loved: Even thought this could have easily been a "You've Got Mail" style retelling, there were some specific changes that made it SO much better, IMO. Sophie's attachment to the bookshop, and her struggles to keep it definitely set the groundwork for the story. It would have driven me nuts to have Alex show up and NOT say who he was -- to meet her, start a friendship, and let feeling start to happen without telling her he was "the guy" trying to buy her out. But everyone was up front the entire time, and everything that was said and done just *felt* genuine. The banter between the two was fun, but not overdone. I enjoyed the friends' popping in and their interactions, as well. The conflict the Alexander had with his family was unfortunate, but definitely worked for the story. I'd much rather the conflict come from OUTSIDE the couple, rather than between them. It was nice to see him work through the process of going from "Alexander" to "Alex". Of course, this is a romance, so we knew it would all work out in the end. I was tickled to find an epilogue, as well. I always love to see how things work out, a little further down the line. What I Didn't Love: I was cruising right along, thinking that I wouldn't have any "didn't love" moments... and then Alex's dad shows up. Sophie and Alex actually had a conversation (which I thought was fantastic) so that she would know to expect ugliness from him. She KNEW that he would use any and all means to push her buttons. And she still fell for it. She'd been so level headed this whole time, and yet she lost it completely over something that she knew might be coming. (Not the specifics, of course, but Alex had been up front with her from the beginning -- this was not to be unexpected.) It just bothered me that THIS was the thing that pushed her over the proverbial "edge". I will say that they recovered nicely in the end, so at least there's that. Final Thoughts: Overall... I really enjoyed the story. It was lighthearted and fun, and exactly what I was looking for. I've already purchased the next book I'm going to read from this author, and I'm excited to get started!!

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