Updated: Feb 8, 2020
Love Lettering was an enjoyable surprise. It was not on my radar but when I saw the cover, I had to learn more. As someone who has more fonts loaded on my computer than I’d ever use, the premise of Meg, a young artist who sees the world through letters and type faces was immediately appealing. Her slow building relationship with Reid, who sees the world through numbers, was a nice study in opposites attracting. Meg was the designer of Reid’s wedding program. A year after the wedding date, Reid shows up to her place of business telling Meg he uncovered her secret message embedded in the program – and the wedding never happened. This fast read is more than a sweet love story. There’s a twist you won’t see coming. And it’s a nice love letter to New York City. I love strolling the city's streets discovering old ghosts of signs from days gone by. If you read the book, you'll discover why these signs have a place in the story. Published: December 31, 2019.
4 out of 5 stars.
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