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Who created it? Stover, Philip William, author.
What's it called? The beautiful things shoppe / Philip William Stover.
Who published it? Toronto, Ontario : Carina Adores, Carina Press, [2021]
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What's it like? 303 pages ; 21 cm.
Yea! More in this series! Seasons of New Hope ; book 2
Stover, Philip William. Seasons of New Hope ; 2.
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Includes an excerpt for Teddy Spenser Isn't Looking for Love by Kim Fielding (pages 281-303).
What's it about? "Their collections may clash but their hearts are a perfect match. Moving to eclectic New Hope, Pennsylvania, and running The Beautiful Things Shoppe is a dream come true for elegant and reserved fine arts dealer Prescott J. Henderson. He never agreed to share the space with Danny Roman, an easygoing extrovert who collects retro toys and colorful knickknacks. And yet here they are, trapped together in the quaint shop as they scramble to open in time for New Hope's charming Winter Festival. Danny has spent years leading with his heart instead of his head. The Beautiful Things Shoppe is his chance to ground himself and build something permanent and joyful. The last thing he needs is an uptight snob who doesn't appreciate his whimsy occupying half his shop. It's only when two of New Hope's historic landmarks--each as different as Danny and Prescott--are threatened that a tentative alliance forms. And with it, the first blush of romance. Suddenly, running The Beautiful Things Shoppe together doesn't seem so bad...until Danny's secret threatens to ruin it all."--provided by publisher.
Helpful subjects! Gay men -- Pennsylvania -- New Hope -- Fiction.
Stores, Retail -- Pennsylvania -- New Hope -- Fiction.
Gay men -- Fiction.
New Hope (Pa.) -- Fiction.
Other titles to try! Beautiful things shop
Special numbers! 9781335940889 (paperback)
133594088X (paperback)
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