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  1. says:

    35 starsCHARMING This is a sweet romance with well developed characters and a little something differentMeg Mackworth a letterer has the gift of being able to decipher signs Not signs of the universe but actual signs Letters their format font hand painted or printed speak to her She has turned her gift into art but some

  2. says:

    I couldn’t believe that I’m giving three romantic story with full of signs shining with its bright lights of big city but unfortunately full

  3. says:

    Confession I reuested this book by mistake I don't read or like romances because feelings Ew no thanksBut Meg and Reid? Cutie Patootie And Kate

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    This is a hard review to write because I want to get it right Why I loved this How extraordinary the writing is the moments we were given shown even the ones that were hidden until they were ready to be told To

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    45 stars Love Lettering was a slow burn rom com that snuck up on me and grabbed my heartFirst of all I’ve got to say that this book

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    Y’all know where I can meet and befriend a professional calligrapher with a cute Brooklyn apartment and great style?Or perhaps and hear me out here a nerdy but extremely hot math guy who is emotionally available and ready to take long scavenger hunt walks around New York at any time?Asking for a friendAlso their names should be Meg and Reid respectively ThanksThis was just so cute and fun I loved Meg my new calligrap

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    4 stars The thing is the letters don’t always tell me truths about myself Sometimes they tell me truths about other people and Reid Sutherland is— was —one of those people 
 Love Lettering is the first book I’ve read by Kate Clayborn and I really enjoyed it It had a uniue premise and though it took me a while to

  8. says:

    Well I am sorry but what did I read? What even is this book? Has it been written to torture us mortals who seek some pleasu

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    3 stars 222020I don't know what happened I wanted to love this The concept and blurb sounded so original they truly intrigued me Somehow all that excitement fizzled out and I was left deflated And I still don't really understand how that happenedThe beginning was so promising and made me relate to Meg on so many levels

  10. says:

    Have you ever reached 15 20% in a “romance” book and thought “there’s nothing here for me I don’t understand these characters I don’t see myself anywhere?” That happens to me over and over again Som

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PopSugar Crazy Popular Books of 2020 Best Romance of the Month Top Ten Best Romances of 2019 Entertainment WeeklySheReads’ Most Anticipated Books of 2020Bustle 17 Best New Books Of December 2019HelloGiggles 8 Best New Books To Read In December “The perfect uarantine read It’s funny sweet and beautifully written The romance is so perfect it made me ache Alisha Rai BustleA funny sexy and empowering story from acclaimed author Kate Clayborn that fans of Tessa Bailey Jen DeLuca and Rachel Winters will adoreIn this warm and witty romance from acclaimed author Kate Clayborn one little word puts a woman’s business and her heart in jeopardy Meg Mackworth’s ha. I couldn t believe that I m giving three romantic story with full of signs shining with its bright lights of big city but unfortunately full of conspiracy and action parts unexpected twisty turn of the story shattered my soft swoony plot starsWhen I read the excerpt of this book I cursed a few times because it ended with a sweet cliffhanger and I thought I had to read this book ASAPI wanted to devour it so passionately I couldn t give my soul as a payment methodmost of my reviewer readers already know I sold it to Tom Ellis later I learned he was not even real Lucifer he was a bloody fictional six packed character but finally my waiting was over I got my hands into this precious thing Meg is a skilled artist designing innovative original custom journals and one day one of her client s fianc e stops by at her office and shows her the wedding program she d designed for them He insists there was a secret code written there says MISTAKE He is a mathematician so he loves to crack codes or maybe he is a crack head As it seems like it is an obnoxious weird claim Meg confesses him he is right and after that she explains him about the things she observed about he and his fiancee s attitudes throughout their meeting Before they say their goodbyes Meg finds out Reid is about to live the city because he hates NY Meg s guilt feelings and her undeniable attraction to Reid helps her to form an idea on her mind She needs an inspiration to design a special project for a job opportunity and Reid could help her with his logical realistic direct approach She could also convince him to discover the city and the things he may love about big apple Reid reluctantly accepts her offer and their big journey turns into an enjoyable game to find the signs and form different letters into meaningful words So far the book seems like a delicious different entertaining rom com right Meg is the representative of right part of the brain creativity artistic skills dreaming optimism are her strongest virtues And Reid is a uiet representative of left part mathematics logic reasoning analytic thought They complete each other so perfectly and of course their shyness towards each the words they didn t tell the feeling they didn t share make you want to scream at them come on guys you re perfect for each other Of course I was waiting for the angst but the final surprising twist was a little overrated and exaggerated for me I felt like I wasn t reading a soft sweet swoony book and I started to read a thriller with its big schemes and conspiracy theories That part of the book didn t fit all the letters magical signs finding the glamorous love in the middle of the chaotic crowded dirty cosmopolitan city of the earth So I got really disappointed and I wished the author found another solution or big surprise that can be easily recovered from Still I loved those characters and next visit at my NYC I ll start to take photos of the signs and play the game as like the characters did I loved the concept and inspirational feelings that book gave me If I could ignore the last third part of the book I can give my four stars without thinking So I still want to read books of the author because she knows how to write about pure feelings and pour them down with proper lyrical soul brushing wordsSpecial thanks to Netgalley and Kensington Books for sharing this romantic ARC COPY with me in exchange my honest reviewbloginstagramfacebooktwitter

Review Love Lettering

Love Lettering

Nd lettering skill has made her famous as the Planner of Park Slope designing custom journals for her New York City clientele She has another skill too reading signs that other people miss Knowing the upcoming marriage of Reid Sutherland and his polished fiancée was doomed to fail is one thing but weaving a secret word of warning into their wedding program is another Meg may have thought no one would spot it but she hadn’t counted on sharp eyed pattern obsessed Reid A year later Reid has tracked Meg down to find out how she knew that his meticulously planned future was about to implode But with a looming deadline and a bad case of creative block Meg doesn’. 45 stars Love Lettering was a slow burn rom com that snuck up on me and grabbed my heartFirst of all I ve got to say that this book wins for the most unusual professions of its main characters Meg is a designer who specializes in hand lettering she does in journals planners signs cards etc and has even been called The Planner of Park Slope and Reid is a uant or uantitative analyst He s a numbers guy in the finance worldMeg met Reid about a year ago when she was finishing up all of the printed material for his wedding Something about that encounter and the dynamic between Reid and his fianc e compelled her to sneak a secret message of warning into their wedding program amidst the frills flowers and fairies No one will notice rightA year later Reid returns and wants to know how Meg knew that his marriage was doomed to fail Of course he found the message He finds patterns and signs every day Of course Meg is most worried what Reid s discovery and the possibility of him going public with it could do to her careerThey couldn t be different from one another But with a major deadline looming and her creativity blocked Meg tries to enlist Reid into noticing the beauty of letters fonts and signs throughout New York City and Brooklyn As the tension between them thaws her creativity flows againBut both are tightly wound heavily guarded people unwilling and unable to let the other in And when a scandal erupts both must decide whether signs point to a future together or apartThe point issometimes fighting isn t about leaving it s about staying It takes practice to get it right and it s painful but if you want to stay with people you do itThis book was enjoyable and uniue in many ways even as it followed the traditional rom com patterns I loved the juxtaposition between the creative and the analytical and Meg and Reid s relationship really seemed believable This one isn t too steamy one or two scenes but that s it but the whole story and Kate Clayborn s storytelling are just so appealingCheck out my list of the best books I read in 2019 at Check out my list of the best books of the decade at all of my reviews at itseithersadnessoreuphoriablogspotcomFollow me on Instagram at

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T have time for Reid’s uestions unless he can help her find her missing inspiration As they gradually open up to each other both try to ignore a deepening connection between them But the signs are there irresistible indisputable urging Meg to heed the messages Reid is sending her before it’s too late Praise for Love LetteringI can't wait for the whole world to fall in love with Love Lettering Jasmine Guillory “Delicious and beautiful and perfect” New York Times bestselling author Sarah MacLean “This book will wake you up in the middle of the night aching for these perfectly imperfect characters” Sonali Dev author of Pride Prejudice and Other Flavo. 3 stars 222020I don t know what happened I wanted to love this The concept and blurb sounded so original they truly intrigued me Somehow all that excitement fizzled out and I was left deflated And I still don t really understand how that happenedThe beginning was so promising and made me relate to Meg on so many levels The loneliness in a new city the best friend that starts behaving odd without explanation the fear of confrontation not wanting to rock the boat in case you drown and so many Also the lettering descriptions were original and captivating I loved how the author took something so visual like lettering and described it in words you could not only follow but picture in your head Yet somehow all the things I loved in the beginning really bothered me the I read By 80% I was very tired of being in Meg s head constantly Hers was the only POV and we were so deep in her head that at some point I feared that if she went to the loo we d read about which fonts she would use to write the word poo in her head I think that if we had dialogue it would be better but I see how being in her head so much made her loneliness all the apparent But after she started coming out of her shell and meeting new friends or making solid relationships the loneliness aspect could have been lifted with dialogue and less inner thoughts Her relationship with Reid also started off great but again somewhere in the middle I couldn t understand how they got together Reid was mostly stoic and silent with monosyllabic answers to her bubbly uestions I felt she attributed a lot of his character in her head that would not necessarily be there The chemistry attraction and passion were not overt More like a slow undercurrent that never rushes to the surface As for her bestie because I ve been there I could interpret the signs and knew why she was pulling away from Meg but I didn t like their eventual confrontation or how the bestie returned at a specific critical moment view spoilerSibby the so called best friend was pea green jealous of Meg During the confrontation she actually blames Meg for not leaving things alone and making her say she is jealous Along with some other very spiteful lines She returns to comfortpick up Meg when shit hit the fan and while Meg asks her outright if it s easier for her to return when Meg s life is crap and hers is better I didn t like it In the epilogue Meg makes the point that they worked through their issues together and found a new way to function as friends I m divided on this On one hand I m glad they resolved it and on the other I call bullshit hide spoiler