Madeline Cullen is shocked to find out that she is inheriting her estranged aunt Maddie's bookstore and home. Madeline is right in the midst of hopefully being named partner of the law firm where she works and has no desire to run a bookstore. However Madeline finds her planned future taking a detour and decides to see why her aunt would leave the bookstore to her. When Madeline arrives she meets the two store employees Janet and Claire, who each have their own views on the store's future and Madeline's involvement.
There are so many amazing moments in this book with touching literary references that made it the kind of book you want to hold on to long after turning the last page. It was such a rewarding experience to see the journey Madeline, Janet and Claire traveled on. I grew to love each one of those fascinating ladies and appreciate their individual stories.
Highly recommend this book to my fellow bibliophiles. You will want to curl up in your favorite chair and dive into The Printed Letter Bookshop.
I received this book courtesy of Thomas Nelson through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.