I’m always interested in learning about a book title and how it came to be. The Printed Letter Bookshop turned out totally different from what I first thought. Grab a copy for yourself and let’s see what you think about what the title might mean. It was a wonderful idea!
I love bookstores and this one felt like home to me. I could almost see and smell the books and see the displays as they were described.
The main character Madeline inherited the store when her Aunt Maddie passed away. Being an up and coming lawyer seeking a partnership in a big prestigious law firm, Madeline just wanted to sell the store, her aunt’s house and car and move on with her life. But our plans are not always God’s plans for us.
I loved how Madeline changed and developed her character throughout the pages. Her relationship with the two female employees of her aunt’s bookstore changed over time as well. Disasters, big debt, and personal problems seem to derail Madeleines plans that she first makes concerning her inheritance. But oh how things can change! I enjoyed this multifaceted story and the characters and took my time savoring each chapter.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher through Celebrate Lit but was not required to write a review positive or otherwise.