It’s difficult to criticize a book about books, the people who love them, and the amazing difference they can make in a person’s life. This story about Nina, a librarian who strikes out on her own to run a mobile bookshop and is able to find just the right book for each person, is a quaint tale without much substance and a sprinkling of romance. Colgan succeeds in describing life (and food!) in the Scottish countryside as idyllic, particularly after living in a city. A nice, easy read.