You may remember The Night Rainbow post which I wrote last year. It was about a book I'd heard about from Anna at Green Tapestry. She'd done a post, Reading Matters, and mentioned some books she'd read whilst on holiday and The Night Rainbow was amongst them.
Another book she'd reviewed in the same post was The List Of My Desires by Gregoire Delacourt. Don't you just love the cover, all those pretty buttons. When Anna mentioned that the main character, Jocelyne, ran a haberdashery shop and had a craft blog, I knew this was a book I'd enjoy, particularly as Anna also said that there are unexpected twists as the tale unravels.
I found the book on Ebay, however, the seller sent me an uncorrected proof copy which shouldn't have been sold. I don't think there was any difference from an actual paperback though, and I enjoyed it very much. I agree with Anna though in that it wasn't long enough. I only read a book when I go to bed so it usually takes quite a while to get through one, this one took me three nights, though I probably read more than I usually would in one go as I wanted to see what happened next, the sure sign of a good story.
I can recommend this book but it you're a quicker reader than me, which wouldn't take much, you'll probably have it read from cover to cover in one sitting.