Monday, February 10, 2020

Book Review - Love Lettering by Kate Clayborn

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Meg Mackworth is known for her famous hand-lettering. She is known as the Planner of Park Slope as she designs custom journals for her clients. Meg has another hidden skill; she can read signs that other people miss. When Meg was hired to create the invites for Reid Sutherland and his fiancee, Avery, she knew that their marriage was doomed to fail. She wove a secret warning message into their wedding program. Meg thought no one would be able to spot it and especially not, the groom to be!

Reid is unable to come to terms with how Meg knew that his marriage to Avery was going to end badly. He decides to track her down a year later and ask her. Meg doesn't have time to deal with Reid and his questions when she has a deadline and she is suffering from creative block. However, as they begin to spend time together, they notice a connection between them.

The novel was a fun and entertaining read. Meg was very down to earth and relatable character. I wish the author spent more time on developing the plot than giving and explanation on some of the fonts. I felt my eyes glaze over after reading about it. I felt like Reid was a mystery until much later in the novel. I wish we could find out more about how he felt about Meg and what he was thinking. Overall, it was a fun read and I look forward to reading more books by the author.

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