The Bookish Life of Nina Hill

Is there more to life than reading?

Nina Hill, the only child to a single mother, has a nice life. She works in a book shop. The guest house she rents has room for her book collection and her cat Phil. She reads and she has her trivia team and her book clubs, and she is doing just fine.  

Suddenly the father she never knew dies and leaves her siblings, nieces and nephews. They live close by and are mostly exited to meet her. Tom, her nemesis from an opposing trivia team, shows up to ask her out on a date. Nina Hill is overwhelmed and pushed out of her comfort zone. To go from being almost alone to having a big family and a possible boyfriend is a big change.  

This is a great read, a feelgood novel with charming characters and witty dialogue.  

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