Meg has made a name for herself in New York City; she’s the Planner of Park Slope, known for her beautiful artwork and intricate lettering. One year ago, she made a mistake. Hidden within her artwork for a wedding invitation, she spelled out the downfall for a couple’s relationship… and her prediction came true. Months later the ex-groom, Reid, finds Meg and is determined to find out her motives.
The premise of Love Lettering is interesting on its own, but what really pulls you in are the two main characters. Neither Meg nor Reid quite fits into the typical romance novel prototypes; as readers we learn about their familial and personal struggles in just the right amount to give each facet of their character nuance without being overdone. The couple’s interactions were so full of genuine care for and interest in each other, and it shined through the pages. I had to give this one a second read to fully enjoy the development of Meg and Reid’s relationship! I recommend this book to anyone who is looking to be taken on the ride of a refreshingly sweet romance novel.