Recommended for You by Laura Silverman

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before meets You’ve Got Mail in this fascinating and hilarious rom-com following two youngster booksellers whose contention is taken to the following level as they compete for the top bookseller bonus.Shoshanna Greenberg loves running at Once Upon, her preferred local bookstore. And along with her moms preventing at home and her beloved vehicle teetering on the point of death, the shop has grow to be a welcome escape. When her boss publicizes a vacation bonus to the person that sells the maximum books, Shoshanna sees an possibility to at least fix her automobile, if none of her different problems. The only man or woman status in her way? New lease Jake Kaplan. Jake is an affront to everything Shoshanna stands for. He doesn’t even read! But someway his sales start to rival hers. Jake may be cute (sincerely cute), and he may be an eligible Jewish single (difficult to locate south of Atlanta), but he’s additionally the enemy, and Shoshanna is prepared to take him down. But as the competition intensifies, Jake and Shoshanna grow closer and recognise they might be greater on the same page than both expects…


Working retail all through the vacation season may be brutal, but Shoshanna is greater than glad to spend her time at work as a bookseller. The independent bookshop Once Upon is her happy area—at least, it used to be. A holiday lease named Jake, who's both standoffish and good-looking, is making Shoshanna’s satisfied place a little more complex than usual. Laura Silverman’s Recommended for You is a whipped cream dollop of a rom-com with an impossible to resist bookish setup.

Silverman places several obstacles in Shoshanna’s path. Her moms are going thru a rough patch of their marriage, Shoshanna is desperately attempting to maintain her dying vehicle on the road, after which a opposition to bring clients into Once Upon reveals the store’s poor monetary state. Shoshanna fees at each trouble in full assault mode, however her solo efforts are largely ineffective. Only when she leans on her buddies does their collective energy make waves. The book shop team of workers paperwork a wonderful assisting forged and features in numerous scenes that play out hilariously. Silverman also smartly uses the book place’s shopping mall locale to her advantage, as her characters duke it out for desk space within the overcrowded meals court docket and draft the on-web page Santa into their schemes.

And then there’s Jake. Sigh. No faster does Shoshanna meet a fellow Jewish individual in her “midsize” Georgia metropolis than she manages to offend him, then reveals herself competing towards him at work for a cash prize she desperately wants. The novel plays out over simply one week, as the heightened occasions of the vacation rush pressure Shoshanna and Jake to work together, in the beginning begrudgingly, then as tentative friends after which . . . Well, let’s no longer ruin it.

Recommended for You is equally endorsed for fans of love stories and fans of books and bookstores, as both are represented here delightfully.


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