By Kate Clayborn
This book has a unique premise. Calligrapher Meg Mackworth hides a secret word in the marriage invitations of Reid Sutherland and his beautiful fiancé. A year later, Reid confronts Meg, wanting to understand how she knew his marriage was not meant to be. The pair gradually form a friendship but it’s under the cloud of knowing that Reid is leaving New York City soon. In addition, both Meg and Reid have some unresolved issues that must be addressed before their relationship can be on solid footing.
I gave this novel four stars because of the unique premise, but I must admit, it feels a little out there. Regardless, it’s a walk through New York City with a twist at the end of the story.
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