04 October 2021

No Words - Book Review

No Words (Little Bridge Island #3) by Meg Cabot
Publication date: October 12, 2021
Pages: 384 pages
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars ☆☆☆☆
Strengths: Charming characters and story
Weaknesses: None come to mind...

A series of books about a sweet little island town could theoretically run out of characters, right? The third book in the Little Bridge Island series has solved that - the main character is author Jo Wright, a New York author visiting to be a part of the island's first book festival, and receiving a hefty stipend for her participation.

She confirms with her publicist that the author who lives nearby is not part of the festival, since he ripped out her heart and stomped on it previously when he spoke badly about children's books - Jo's specialty.

While the books in the series are predictable, knowing they're so warm and fuzzy is a comfort. Reading a book to escape, and knowing that true love will be found and wishes will come true is hardly something to complain about. I gave this book 4 out of 5 stars and I look forward to reading more about the residents and visitors to Little Bridge Island in the future. 

Thank you to the publisher and NetGalley for my complementary electronic copy of this book. Receiving access to the book for free did not influence my review. 

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