Love Lettering by Kate Clayborn




Do you ever see something as a sign of what is to come?

Meg Mackworth has become quite renowned in her hand-lettering skills in New York. She also has become quite good at reading people. So when Avery and Reid come into her shop to select a wedding program, she determines that this couple were not meant to be together. She cleverly weaves a secret message within the program denoting her thoughts - a message that presents itself as a theme throughout the book.

Reid appears in her shop a year later and confronts Meg about this message. The two embark in a mutually beneficial relationship encased in words that are perceived, but not always said. Additionally, there are secrets throughout which are not revealed until the last chapters of the book.

The first twenty percent of this book was a little lack-lustre for me because of its detailed descriptions of hand-lettering, but soon thereafter the storyline became much clearer and more engaging. The characters are well-developed and charming. The theme of the book is brilliant. A well-written book and one that I certainly recommend.

Thank you to Netgalley and Kensington Publishing for the ARC of this book in exchange for the honest review provided here.


My rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️💫/5.

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