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Jessie’s Little Bookshop by the Sea

Published Date: September 10, 2019

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Tempest Sisters series

Synopsis

Another wonderful new story from Kirsty Ferry. Part of Kirsty’s Tempest Sisters series but they can all be read on their own. This is Jessie’s story.

Take a trip to the little bookshop by the sea …

Jessie Tempest has two main interests: reading books and selling books. Her little bookshop in the seaside town of Staithes is a cosy hideaway from the chilly Yorkshire wind, but it’s also Jessie’s sanctuary from the outside world.

When writer Miles Fareham and his son Elijah arrive to stay in the holiday apartment above the shop, it’s a test for Jessie who has always felt clueless when it comes to kids. But as she learns the story of the single father and the inquisitive eight-year-old, Jessie realises that first impressions aren’t always the right ones – and, of course, you can never judge a book by its cover!

Other books in series: Spring at Taigh Fallon and Summer at Carrick Park.

Available as an eBook and Audio download on all platforms.  

Kirsty Ferry

Kirsty FerryKirsty Ferry is from the North East of England and lives there with her husband and son. She won the English Heritage/Belsay Hall National Creative Writing competition and has had articles and short stories published in various magazines. Her work also appears in several anthologies, incorporating such diverse themes as vampires, crime, angels and more.

Kirsty loves writing ghostly mysteries and interweaving fact and fiction. The research is almost as much fun as writing the book itself, and if she can add a wonderful setting and a dollop of history, that’s even better.

Her day job involves sharing a building with an eclectic collection of ghosts, which can often prove rather interesting.

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Customer Reviews

5 Comments

  1. Janine
    Janine at

    I’ve been waiting to catch up with the last of the Tempest Sisters and it didn’t disappoint and although it was an addition to the Tempest Sisters series, it can certainly be read as a standalone story, it only cross references in the most basic of sense.
    I loved meeting Jessie and the unfurling romance with Miles and Elijah when they visit the town for a holiday. It was such a cosy, easy read set in one of my favourite parts of the UK so absolutely nothing to dislike!

  2. Vanessa Wick
    Vanessa Wick at

    This is a wonderful story about finding love after tragedy. It encompasses awkwardness, misunderstandings, and being outside your comfort zone, as we watch the protagonists come to terms with their feelings and reassess long-held views. I loved that the worlds from other books collided within this story, but if you haven’t read those ones it won’t spoil things. Highly recommend.

  3. Barbara p
    Barbara p at

    This is a sweet little romance. Jessie thinks her life doesn’t have room for children in any area. A chance meeting in her sister’s shop is the start of a change of heart. The story romps along charting the growing affection between her and Elijah. The bookshop and it’s owner are exactly what I would love in my home town. This bookshop is where a lot of the action takes place and sounds delicious. A shortish story but extremely enjoyable. I now want to know what happens next.

  4. Gill L.
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    Another little gem from Kirsty Ferry – the third in the Tempest Sisters series and one I’ve been waiting for (it seems like ages!) Although we have none of Kirsty’s usual paranormal additions this time, it doesn’t matter because the story is just fine without. Jessie is happy in her little bookshop, and is not a fan of children – until she comes across Miles and his 8 yr old son, Elijah. Their first meeting is less than auspicious, but things do move along. Once again, I thoroughly enjoyed the book, and once again, I couldn’t put it down before I finished it. What’s next please?

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