#BookReview for The Love Island Bookshop by Kate Frost

My review for The Love Island Bookshop by Kate Frost, 5/5 stars.

This is another instalment in Kate’s Romantic Escape Series. I’ve enjoyed every one so far – they’re a wonderful way to travel to different destinations while stuck at home!

Freya has suffered a couple of traumatic events over the last two years of her life, so when she sees an advert for a manager of a bookshop in the Maldives, she takes the opportunity to get away from things for a while. Stuck in a job she no longer loves, could this be the change she needs? With drama, lust, friendship, and love, interwoven with the stunning backdrop of blue skies, sandy beaches, and elegant villas of a paradise island, Freya has some difficult choices to make.

The previous book in the series was set in wintry Amsterdam. This one is the complete opposite, set on a beautiful island in the Maldives. But once again the author’s descriptive narrative pulls you into the story; you can feel the warm sand between your toes and hear the waves in the distance, and imagine yourself sitting in the cool shade out of the summer sun.

This is an emotional story of self-forgiveness, of looking beyond a person’s exterior to see the real soul inside, of learning to trust again after heartbreak and loss. Kate Frost’s books are pure escapism, perfect for lockdown, and I highly recommend this whole series. A great read!

The Love Island Bookshop will be out on the 8th April 2021.


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