Something New at the Borrow a Bookshop

Written by:
Kiley Dunbar
Narrated by:
Helen Duff

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
April 2023
10 hours 1 minute
A fairytale ending isn’t just for fiction...

The Borrow-a-Bookshop is recovering, seven months after the winter flood that destroyed all its wares. When newest resident Joy Foley arrives in Clove Lore with her daughter, five-year-old Radia Pearl, she is set to drag the Bookshop into the 21st century by virtue of her tech expertise.

But Joy has a secret. She is on the run from Radia Pearl’s father. She can’t settle down here or anywhere... So when Radia Pearl befriends Monty Bickleigh, ex-fisherman and the new cook at The Siren’s Tail pub, Joy finds herself growing closer to him and the quirky community of Clove Lore.

With her heart softened by the magic of Clove Lore, can Joy's new friends – and Monty – be enough to convince her to stop running away?

An uplifting, gorgeously romantic read that will warm your heart, ´Something New at the Borrow a Bookshop´ is perfect for fans of Jenny Colgan and Trisha Ashley.
Kiley Dunbar is a writer of romantic fiction and teaches creative writing and English literature at a university in the North of England. She's a proud member of the Romantic Novelists' Association and a graduate of their New Writers' Scheme.
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Enjoyable listening. Simple but effective

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Love this series of books

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Barbara B.

Great story spoilt by the narrator. She had annoying habit of drawing last word of sentence and in many instances sounded like a poor imitation of Margaret Thatcher

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Tina R.

Story was easy listening … narrator not so easy

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The narrators voice was off putting at first, but I got used to it after a while.

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Patty I

For a free book it was ok. But the narrator’s voice was killing me. When she was speaking in her own voice, it was so annoying. But when she was speaking in other peoples voices, she was good. She needs to work on that and I know she can do that.

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Ann P.

Great narrator! A sweet story, which addresses the issues of overreacting and some of our other problematic behaviors. It has a light touch and a beautiful setting. Very enjoyable.

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Stephanie C.

Love this third book in a trio. Characters that we met in previous books follow through, and though life is unpredictable, happy endings are how we look at it. A great read, and sorry it ended.

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