Feb 4, 2019

The Little Book Cafe: Amy's Story by Georgia Hill Review

The Little Book Cafe: Amy's Story
Little Book Cafe #3
By Georgia Hill
Release Date: October 19th, 2018
Source: ARC provided by the publisher

Escape to the seaside for a new three-part series for fans of The Canal Boat Cafe and Willow Cottage
Amy, the manager of The Little Book Café, is a hopeless romantic who had her heart broken, but quietly refuses to give up on love.
With her friends Tash and Emma, not to mention their shared love of books and delicious cake from the café next door, Amy might just find the courage to fall for a real-life romance this time…

*ARC provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest and unbiased review*
We are back in Berecombe and at The Book Café once more, and I have been so excited to read Amy’s story, as after reading the synopsis? I felt it was one I could totally relate too. 

With the constant put-downs from her Mother Katrina. Amy’s self-esteem was pretty much nonexistent, and after being dumped at the altar, Amy is not willing to put herself out there again. So she settles into her life at The Little Book Café and the book club meetings, that always seem to get out of hand! Her savior with most things seems to be her friend and object of her unrequited love, the mysterious Patrick, with his soft Irish accent, he sets Amy’s heart aflutter!  

But then, as life does, and things take an unexpected turn, the Little book Café is being targeted by vandals, Patrick has disappeared, and she has no way to directly get ahold of him, then a woman calls the book shop looking for him, them Amy has a big bust-up with her Mum! Will life ever be the same again for Amy? 

Oh my goodness! This book has truly been the best book in the series so far! It seems to me that Amy is truly the center of the town, as she is the dependable one everyone can count of as being steady. I can totally relate to the critical family members, especially when it comes to weight, it just makes Amy’s character that little more relatable. And all the other characters in the book, just give you that warm small village feeling, that I just think most people crave.  

The only drawback of the book is that I wish there was a better description of Patrick and Amy, if you haven’t read the other books in this series, you will struggle to picture them a little, other than that, the book is truly marvelous! 

I give The Little Book Café: Amy’s Story 5 stars!

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