The Bookish Life of Nina Hill starts with Nina Hill, the daughter of a single mother who loves to read.
Nina had always felt loneliness even as a child and often envied others who have fathers and siblings.
Now Nina was a fully grown adult and she worked at a bookstore and had a book club and trivia team.
Nina knew a lot so she always had everything planned out and everything, as she doesn’t like her mind to wander much and often didn’t like things going off the rails.
But one day, she learns that she had a father all along and a whole family with siblings, nieces, nephews, and even great-nieces and nephews, not that far away.
So she no longer has to learn how to get used to her new life with her family, who all are like her in one way or another, and get used to having a boyfriend.
This book is a light yet amazing read which had immediately become one of my favorites since it was a fresh change for me and the writing style was good too.
Nina’s family in the book and the other characters in the book were written well and all of them were fun to read.
Her family was in particular very good and Nina had a part of all her family in her whether personality or looks and they were terrific characters that I liked, and even though Lydia had shown a wrong first impression on the readers, I did have faith in her, and I was glad to see that I was right in believing she would be good.
However, I did feel that the ending was a little rushed.