Loveday Cardew works in a bookshop owned by Archie.
Working in a bookshop is perfect for Loveday because she is a shy almost introverted person through no fault of her own.
THE LOST FOR WORDS BOOKSHOP is a lovely read and will make you jealous of Loveday’s job, but not of the heartaches she keeps hidden.
Besides the books and the bookshop, the characters in THE LOST FOR WORDS BOOKSHOP are the best, especially Archie. He is a bit on the unorganized and fly-by-night type of person, but he loves his job, loves Loveday, and loves how Loveday helps him keep the shop going.
Loveday is lovable, sweet, and a bit on the odd side.
Nathan is very interesting and very sweet to Loveday.
Rob was annoying and unlikeable.
The secondary characters worked well with the main characters and added mystery and tension.
As THE LOST FOR WORDS BOOKSHOP goes back and forth in time, a few mysteries and secrets about Loveday’s childhood are revealed.
Her family history definitely added to her closed-mouthed-about-her-feelings, lost-for-words personality.
If you like books, bookshops, wonderful characters, a bit of mystery, and secrets kept, THE LOST FOR WORDS BOOKSHOP is for you.
I’m sure most readers fall into most of those categories, so you won’t want to miss reading this charming, alluring read.
The cover itself draws you in.
ENJOY when you read this book.
There are some heartaches in it, but for the most part it is a lovely, bookish read. 5/5
This book was given to me free of charge and without compensation by the publisher in return for an honest review.