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  • Delightful Romcom

    Four and a Half Stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭒ No Words by Meg Cabot is the third installment in her popular Little Bridge Island Series. I have not read the other books and felt No Words is perfect as a stand-alone book. It’s a book about authors, and that made this especially fun. It’s light, humorous but with enough emotional depth to make it a satisfying read as well. Jo Wright is a successful children’s author, who’s famous for her series Kitty Katz about teenage cats. Her agent convinces her to attend a book festival in Little Bridge, Florida and Jo decide to go because she needs the money, and her agent promised her that Jo’s arch-nemesis, Will Price will not be there. A few years back, Will Price insulted Jo by name and insulted Children’s authors in general, and Jo has not forgotten his betrayal. Of course, as soon as Jo walks off the plane, she sees Will and finds out he will be at the Festival. No Words is fast-paced, hilarious, and just plain fun. I enjoyed being in Bridge Island and although I have not read the previous books in the series, it was fun to meet up with some of the characters from the previous books. Jo and Will were great enemies to lover’s characters. Their past interactions were mostly misunderstandings and they both have to relieve themselves of their past histories in order to form a friendship and then more. I recommend No Words to anyone who enjoys a good rom com. I received a complimentary copy of this book. The opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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