The Bookshop on Autumn Lane
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ISBN-13:
9781601836458
Einband:
EPUB
Seiten:
320
Autor:
Cynthia Tennent
Serie:
3, A Truhart Novel
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
eBook Format:
EPUB
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

';The people of Truhart will find a place in your heart.' Cindy Myers, author of The View From HereBig dreams can come true in a small town While some young women would jump through hoops to claim ownership of a bookshop, free-spirited Gertrude ';Trudy' Brown wants nothing to do with the rundown store her late Aunt Gertrude left her. Having suffered from dyslexia all her life, books aren't exactly her friends. With not much more than a collie dog who's scared of his own shadow, and a rusty but trusty '74 Beetle, Trudy arrives in the tiny town of Truhart, determined to sell off her cumbersome inheritance as quickly as possible But Trudy is not the only stranger in town. Christopher ';Kit' Darlington, a professor of American Studies at Cambridge, is searching for an elusive manuscriptand he secretly thinks Trudy's ramshackle bookshop might hold the key to its discovery. As these two opposites spend the autumn days together, cleaning out Trudy's bookshop, they soon find that uncovering both literature and love can be equally mysterious Trudy's never been the type to stay in one spot too long, but something about Kit makes her consider starting a new chapterand maybe even finding there's a happily-ever-after Praise for A Wedding in Truhart ';Cynthia Tennent has captured the charm, humor, loyalty, and love of small towns, close families, and long-time friends.' Cindy Myers, author of The View From Here ';An A.W.O.L. wedding dress, family feuds, and kinky characters! What's not to love? A Wedding in Truhart is a wedding to remember.' Lois Greiman, award winning author of the Hope Springs series

After inheriting her aunt’s bookshop in small town Michigan, a free-spirited young woman finds a love story in the stacks in this sweet romance novel.

 

While some women would jump through hoops to have their own bookshop, Gertrude “Trudy” Brown wants nothing to do with the rundown store her late Aunt Gertrude left her.  Having suffered from dyslexia all her life, books aren’t exactly her friends. And her memories of Truhart, Michigan, aren’t exactly happy. But now Trudy’s back in the tiny town, with little more than her pet collie and a rusty but trusty ’74 Beetle, determined to sell off her inheritance as quickly as possible . . .

 

But Trudy isn’t the only newcomer in town. Christopher “Kit” Darlington, a professor of American Studies at Cambridge, is searching for an elusive manuscript—and he secretly thinks Trudy’s ramshackle bookshop might hold the key to its discovery. As these two opposites spend the autumn days together, cleaning out Trudy’s bookshop, they soon find that uncovering both literature and love can be equally mysterious . . .