Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Published: July 11, 2017
A thoroughly enjoyable book set in the 1930s and 1950s. Dorothy Garlock has a writing style that I can only describe as classical beauty. As the reader you fall into the story and become one with the characters.
The main character, Lily, finds herself at a crossroads in life. Should she stay in Hooper’s Crossing and stay the librarian or move to NYC with her best friend? As she is making her decision she befriends a Life photographer during the famous fall festival and finds herself falling in love. Will he be the reason she leaves?
I have never been disappointed with a Dorothy Garlock book and you make it about a small town librarian and I’m hooked.
Whether this is your first Garlock book or your 20th you will not be disappointed.
Thank you to NetGalley and Grand Central Publishing for an ARC for my own honest review in return.