The Lost and Found Bookshop

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Natalie Harper has a dream job working for a Sonoma County wine company—great money, travel, all the good wine she can drink—but it may not be her dream job. Susan Wiggs’ latest novel The Lost and Found Bookshop unveils Natalie’s search for new happiness in an old place.

Growing up, Natalie worked with her mother in the family bookshop. Their days were filled with quirky customers and financial worries and always, always the perfect book for the occasion. When tragedy strikes, Natalie leaves her job at Pinnacle Fine Wines to run the store and care for her ailing Grandpa Andrew. It is in this familiar place on Perdita Street that Natali begins to rediscover who she is and what she really wants.

The shop is in need of repairs, and help arrives in the form of Peach Gallagher, an ex-marine who intrigues Natalie far more than he should. When handsome, wildly successful children’s author Trevor Dashwood enters the picture, Natalie has more to worry about than just how to save the store.

The Lost and Found Bookshop is filled with the kind of surprises you stumble across in your favorite bookstore; it is fun, sweet, a little bit sad, but always worth returning to.

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Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 368 pages
Publisher William Morrow
Publish Date 2020-07-07
ISBN 9780062914095 Buy this Book
Issue November 2020
Category Popular Fiction


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