Aria’s Travelling Book Shop, Rebecca Raisin

I hadn’t read book one before reading this, but I found you didn’t need to because Raisin has made this series work flawlessly by making the books work alone and together. Aria has been a widow for three years. Not a day goes by that she doesn’t think about TJ and what they shared. But as everyone around her seems to be coupling up, the loneliness closes in on her. She’s met Jonathan, but she knows she has to keep him as a friend. She made promises to TJ, and she needs to stick by them. Poor Aria. For all of her love of exploring the world, she’s closing herself off to the best parts.

This was an adorable read. It’s sweet and impactful while giving us a super fun friendship with Aria and Rosie. They have a friendship to aim for, which makes me want to go and read Rosie’s story now. I loved Aria’s love of books, which is completely relatable. Overall, this is a fun read that is both light and heavy and gives you all the feels. Thank you, Harper 360, for sending this along!

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Aria’s Travelling Book Shop is available on Amazon for $6.99.

About the Book:

This summer will change everything!

Aria Summers knows what she wants.

A life on the road with best friend Rosie and her beloved camper-van-cum-book-shop, and definitely, definitely, no romance.

But when Aria finds herself falling – after one too many glasses of wine, from a karaoke stage – into the arms of Jonathan, a part of her comes back to life for the first time in years.

Since her beloved husband died Aria has sworn off love, unless it’s the kind you can find in the pages of a book. One love of her life is quite enough.

And so Aria tries to forget Jonathan and sets off for a summer to remember in France. But could this trip change Aria’s life forever…?


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