A timely window into the world of frontline health workers, and an escapist treat for life-swap dreamers
A romantic tale that brings a much-needed dose of happiness
This sweet romance will lift your spirits
The novel has the best of everything, be it quirky characters, glorious settings or the blossoming romance that dances through the pages.
With a cast of memorable characters . . . charming illustrations by Jenny Colgan herself, and an uplifting storyline, this is one of her best novels
An absolute cracker of a romcom
Another treat from the queen of feel-good
A wonderful story with a hint of magic about it. Just lovely.
Another charming read from Colgan - it's the perfect holiday companion
A funny, warm book with fantastic characters... and books!
This uplifting story is one of Colgan's best to date
Colgan does it again! The Bookshop on The Shore is a charming, heartwarming, gobble-it-all-up-in-one-sitting kind of book, a tale of new beginnings with characters you'll love and root for from the very first page. Colgan writes like a dream, using all of her skill as a consummate storyteller to build a world you'll relish getting to know and won't want to leave.
Jenny Colgan is a masterful storyteller. Such a sweet tale and beneath the surface she deals honestly and movingly with poverty, anxiety and loss. You read it quickly, but you won't forget it.
A witty, romantic read to lift your spirits
A heartwarming read - we loved it.
A magic story, heartwarming, addictive and a lovely book to read
A heartwarming, emotional read that raises vital issues
Gorgeous location, dancing dialogue and characters you'll fall in love with. Irresistible!
Rippling through the pages - like the gently lapping waves of the loch itself - is the peace, calm and wholesomeness of the Highlands
This book will leave you smiling
So charmingly described that it made me want to hot-foot it to the Scottish Highlands . . . beautifully written, emotionally intelligent and poignant to read about the many ways health workers help their communities
Summer wouldn't be summer without a new Jenny Colgan