Madeline Moore is soon to take over her families’ bookshop, Books & Moore. She seemed to have it all planned out until a rival bookstore, Prologue, opens up on the street across them. Jasper, the owner’s son, who works at Prologue, is Madeline’s new competition. She is set on gaining back her customers and quite possibly a romance.
Since this story revolved around bookshops, I was excited to read it, but I didn’t expect that there would be much conflict in this story. Madeline has conflict with the people around her, and she acts pretty negatively. There is a lot going on in the story, so I feel like there aren’t enough pages needed to keep up with what’s happening. There is an enemies-to-lovers trope between Jasper and Madeline. I really enjoy the cover of the story. The colors the author chose ends up making the book stand out amongst others. I like how Jasper and Madeline are standing on piles of books, signifying their bookshops. If you enjoy bookshops and romance, you are sure to like this book!