No Words by Meg Cabot

Tuesday, 5 October 2021

No Words by Meg Cabot

Thank you very much to Little Brown Book Group UK for the privilege of receiving an advance copy of No Words by Meg Cabot to review.

I was an avid reader of Meg Cabot books in my teens particularly The Princess Diaries series. After seeing this title on Netgalley I was interested in the books premise as it seemed to cater to an older reader, maybe more in the new adult romamce genre. 

No Words follows our main character Jo Wright author of the famous Kitty Katz series, when we meet our protagonist she is going through a difficult time writers block is extending her deadline for book #27 in her series, she is trying to convince her ageing father to move to warmer climates and she is still getting over the extreme embarrassment of having her books mocked by renowned author Will Price.

What I didn't realise was the book was the 3rd one in the Little Bridge Island series, however after finishing the book I feel it could be read as a stand alone title. For fans of the series that have read the books one and two however there might have been some references in the story that linked back to previous titles in the series. 

This book was a fun beach type read and great for anyone wanting to extend their summer reads just that little bit further. It has a classic enemies to lovers trope with some highly entertaining characters and a light and fun writing style.

The one aspect of the story that I struggled with was the amount of references Jo made to Kitty Katz by turning ordinary words cat themed. I feel this aspect made the main character seem a lot younger than I believe was intended and it had me questioning what age group the book was actually aimed at.

Overall this a light and fun romance story perfect for an afternoon escape or holiday read and it left me wanting to read the first two books in the series.

Have you read any of the titles in the Little Bridge Island Series by Meg Cabot? If so what did you think? Comment below.

Thanks for Reading!

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