The Little Board Game Cafe, a review by Shelley

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THE LITTLE BOARD GAME CAFE
Jennifer Page

Aria & Aries
Publication Date: April 13th, 2023
352 Pages
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This story is about Emily and her desire to own a cafe. I loved getting to know the people of this town and I wish the cafe was real as I would visit it often and play games and chat there. This was such a fun, cozy little read and very uplifting. Now I want to open a cafe, make great food and play board games all the live long day. The recipes in the book made my mouth water and the games sounded like such fun and the romance aspect was sweet.

I loved Emily and how she went after her dream and persisted even though it wasn’t always easy. It says a lot about her that she could do that after losing her job, her love and her home all in one go. I felt invested in these characters’ lives and was rooting for them to do well, I especially wanted Emily to prosper. There was such a sense of community. Hudel was another character that I adored, and his house secret was such a surprise to this reader.

All in all, a very charming read that flowed nicely and kept my attention throughout. What a wonderful fiction debut. I can’t wait to see what the author comes up with next.

Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for the Advance Readers Copy.

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