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Rebecca Raisin Books In Order

Publication Order of Gingerbread Cafe Books

Christmas At the Gingerbread Cafe (2013) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Chocolate Dreams At the Gingerbread Cafe (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Christmas Wedding At the Gingerbread Cafe (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Bookshop On the Corner (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Little Paris Books

The Little Bookshop On The Seine (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Little Antique Shop under the Eiffel Tower (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Little Perfume Shop off the Champs-Elysees (2017) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Cedarwood Lodge Books

Celebrations & Confetti At Cedarwood Lodge (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Brides & Bouquets At Cedarwood Lodge (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Midnight & Mistletoe At Cedarwood Lodge (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Secrets At the Maple Syrup Farm (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Short Stories / Novellas

The Heart Of Bali (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Rebecca Raisin is an author who loves to read. Her love for books is what led her to begin writing them. Raisin is the type of author, who loves to write about characters that you will definitely be in love with. She loves to pen down about individuals with exceedingly big hearts and who care about relationships and believe in true love.

Rebecca Raisin Books

Bookshop at the Corner is the first book in the Bookshop book series. In this book, Rebecca introduces the reader to one, Sarah Smith who is the owner of a bookshop which is located in the exceedingly little town of Ashford, Connecticut. From the word go, you are definitely going to fall in love with Sarah. Sarah is an individual who is exceedingly obsessed with books and is also a character whom you are going to relate with in a variety of ways. Sarah has stayed for so many years in Ashford and has never dared to venture too far into the big world. She is completely satisfied with the town of Ashford, and from time to time, she loves to dig into romance and flirt her eyes into the world that has been build on the printed pages.

Sarah has always looked after her Bookshop with care and affection and from time to time referring to the books as her babies. With that said, Bookshop at the Corner has been written with the same fluidity that Rebecca uses in all of her other works. Her perfectly structured and smooth sentences make this book an excellent read. Apart from having no hitches, the Bookshop on the Corner has no plot holes. This is an excellent addition to the Bookshop book series. Every cranny and nook were made alive in this book. Rebbeca Raisin does not leave any stone unturned. She has created a small town woman, who wants nothing more in life, but her happiness.

Sarah is a character, whom a majority of the readers can easily relate to. She not only loves her books but she also writes about her books and she can find a perfect book for anyone, just by looking at them. Just like the previous books in the Gingerbread Café books, Ashford is the setting of this book series. Fun and friendship are what the small town is all about, and the author’s brilliant writing style will make you fall in love with the place. Bookshop on the Seine is the second book in the Bookshop book series. The author makes use of the characters that we had met in Bookshop on the Corner. Despite the fact the book was set during Christmas, the book was not a Christmas novel, but it still had that sparkly winter glow.

The second book, Bookshop in The Seine is set in Paris instead of the small town of Ashford. If you had read the previous book, then the Bookshop in The Seine may not be revealed in a manner that you may expect the book too. Sarah the protagonist and the owner of the bookshop adores to live through her books, the characters within the pages usually have great adventures. She is exceedingly happy with her fictional boyfriends especially, Ridge. You are definitely going to love the concept of this book. Sarah and her friend Sophie will be exchanging bookshops for more than six months. Instead of expecting a romantic and fairy tale like story, the author, Rebecca Raisin, delivers an exceedingly realistic and well-drawn story that makes the uplifting end more sweeter. Life in Paris is definitely not what Sarah had expected it to be, especially in the bookshop that she was expected to manage. Unlike the peaceful nature and the quietness that she was used to backing in Ashford, the new bookshop is not only extremely busy, but also the clients are a little bit less friendly.

You are definitely going to love the staff at the new bookshop, though some of them were a little bit, less accommodating. Furthermore, the new characters are more interesting and fascinating than the ones we met in the first book. Instead of giving out fuzzy and warm vibes, these new characters had exceedingly complex personalities. This can be attributed to the hectic and extremely busy lifestyles that they are accustomed to. One character who is definitely going to intrigue you is Beatrice, who is not only abrupt but also exceedingly rude. The Gingerbread Café is another excellent series by Rebecca Raisin. The first book in the Gingerbread Café is Christmas at the Gingerbread-Café. The characters in this book have been well-developed. The plot of the book is swiftly moving while the book contains the right amount of heat to ensure that you keep on turning the pages.

This series has been set in the fictional town, right before the holiday season. While the holiday is usually busy in the town, this time around they have been extremely slow, thus giving the owner, much time to look into the past. Lil is having a tough time getting over her divorce and even refuses the advice given to her by her assistant to move on. However, when she met Damon, who happens to be the owner of the newest store in town, things begin to change. Planning to open a store and to start over, Damon had never imagined that there was going to be a showdown between his store and the café located right across the street. Despite the fact that he is more than determined to win, he still cannot brush off the attraction that he has towards his competitor. The scenes between Damon and Lil, are not only fun but also full emotional angst and the right amount of heat.

While this may be a short story, the pace is relatively fast. The author has done an excellent job of creating characters together with their romance. The secondary characters, on the other hand have been well developed. With that said, is Lil going to take on the romance and decide to let go of her past? Is Damon going to tell Lil about his past? You definitely have to read this book so as to find out?

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