A review by bhnmt61
Love Lettering by Kate Clayborn


Another good quarantine distraction. Meg is a calligrapher who is somehow unable to stop drawing subtle messages into her work. Reid is a prospective groom who decodes the hidden message in the wedding program Meg inks for him and his fiancé. When he returns a year later to ask her what she meant, a surprisingly tangled series of events unfurl.

This is a slow burn romance— by the end, I was glued to it, but the beginning requires some patience. Patience that is well rewarded. I loved this one. It’s been a long time since I’ve read romance novels I’ve enjoyed, but if I go back to Unhoneymooners in January, this is three in a row. Good book.