#bookreview Single with Cat by Rosa Silva

What they say: Can she save the Happy Endings Bookstore and have the happy ending she deserves?

Olivia is back in her hometown to reopen the bookstore her grandmother left her. She has a whole plan mapped out for the Happy Endings Bookstore. Just one problem – she finds out the bank is ready to foreclose on the bookstore’s mortgage.
Gabriel, the bank manager, is as drop dead gorgeous as he is grouchy. Olivia hates the guy, but her cat Chili seems to love him. Now Olivia has three months to save the bookstore and rub it in Gabriel’s face.

Olivia tries everything to save the bookstore, but with a quest to find out the identity of an anonymous romance writer, her mother wanting to find her a husband, and her grandmother’s grouchy neighbor making her life hell, Olivia has a lot on her plate.

The tension between Olivia and Gabriel escalates as the deadline to save the bookstore approaches, but as the two slowly begin to let their guard down, they might learn that sometimes stepping outside one’s comfort zone can lead to the greatest reward.

Single with Cat is a feel-good romantic comedy perfect for readers who love cats, books, and happy endings.

The Review: Well, you know me, give me a bookshop, and particularly one that needs to be saved, and I’m so all in!

Here we meet Olivia, who has big plans for the bookstore her grandmother left her. The issue is, the bank won’t let her due, basically, to rules and regulations and red tape, oh and the small fact of a sum of money required. My interests, of course, lay with Olivia, but actually as much with the gorgeous bank manager who was so by the book, but found himself beginning to be swayed.

There were a lot of bad tempered people in the book, at times Olivia wasn’t for me, but I was so invested to see how the bookshop would be saved or even if there was another way for the shop to go! With friendship, community and some nice comedy thrown in, this was a book I really enjoyed and definitely one of you like older characters (I’m 42 so I like the characters being older). Thanks so much to the author for the book in return for an honest review.



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