“This one’s on me.”
How many times would Sara hear that? She couldn’t keep taking things for free and especially the rent.
Sara came to Broken Wheel, Iowa, from Sweden to meet her pen pal, Amy, but what she found when she arrived wasn’t what she was expecting.
She didn’t find Amy but a town of friendly folks who loved Amy and who loved giving Sara things for free. They also offered Amy’s house to Sara since Amy was no longer in Broken Wheel.
Sara was only there for two months on a visiting visa, but as she moved around the town and saw how there were so few stores and NO bookstore, she realized that Broken Wheel needed a bookstore.
Sara was determined to make the town of Broken Wheel a town of readers.
This book was a delightful read especially when books and authors I know were mentioned and love bloomed.
THE READERS OF BROKEN WHEEL is a gem and a book that is perfect for a change of pace as well as a treasure for any book lover.
I truly enjoyed the small town of Broken Wheel and its quirky, caring residents.
A favorite of 2015 for me. 5/5
This book was given to me free of charge and without compensation in return for an honest review.