A Shoe Story by Jane L. Rosen

Title:  A Shoe Story
Author: Jane L. Rosen
Publisher:  Berkley Publishing Group 
Genre:  Women's Fiction 
Format:  Kindle 
No. of Pages: 
Date of Publication:  28 June, 2022
My Rating:  4 Stars

My Thoughts

Esme Nash was the most perfect main character I’ve read in a contemporary women’s fiction novel in a while. She was wonderful - you like her, you’re cheering her on, you’re thrilled to be along on Esme’s journey to herself in A Shoe Story.

I can’t really say much more about this wonderful, sweet, and happy, contented reading sigh of a book without spoilers. So, let me just say how much I enjoyed this utterly charming novel. This one is a strong recommendation.


eARC kindly provided by Berkley Publishing Group and NetGalley. Opinions shared are my own. 


"I LOVED THIS BOOK! ...smart, sensitive and incredibly satisfying." —Elin Hilderbrand

"Jane L. Rosen has a forever fan in me."—
Emily Henry

A young woman has one month and a closetful of shoes to discover the future she thought she'd lost in this captivating new novel from the author of 
Eliza Starts a Rumor and Nine Women, One Dress.

Esme Nash is eager to leave her small town and begin her carefully planned post-grad life: a move to New York City, an apartment with her loving college boyfriend, and a fancy job at an art gallery. But when tragedy strikes, instead of heading to Manhattan, she returns home to care for her ailing father, leaving every bit of her dream behind.
Seven trying years later, Esme is offered a dog-sitting job in Greenwich Village by a mysterious stranger, giving her access to all of her long-buried hopes and dreams—as well as to an epic collection of designer shoes. Esme jumps at a second chance to step into the future she's sure was meant to be hers.
As she retraces her steps, one pair of borrowed shoes at a time, making new friends and reconnecting with her old love, Esme tries on versions of herself she didn’t know existed. But the hazy August days and warm summer nights pass too quickly, and Esme must decide how much of the life she imagined still fits, and what—and who—is on the road ahead of her.


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