Well Met

Emily has moved to her sister’s home in Willow Creek, Maryland to help her out while she recovers from a broken leg, including joining the Reneissance Faire so that her niece can also take part. No problem, the people seem nice and excited and happy to have her, well except for Simon.

Throughout the summer Emily learns how to start taking the reigns of her life, going for what she wants, and asking herself and other the right questions. But is it always fun and games at the Ren Faire? Or could it be that her presence in Willow Creek is only welcome as it’s needed and once summer ends, no one will care where Emily goes?

Wow. Jen DeLuca, you have a new fan in me. Well Met is cute, funny, emotional, and heartwarming… with the right amount of cheese thrown in. I may be lactose intolerant, but your girl loves a good cheese. Emily and Simon and Mitch and Stacey and Caitlin and April and Chris – look I could go on, these characters felt real and full of life and I genuinely feel like I got to know them while also desperately wanting to know more. The romance is hot and sexy and at the same time sweet and cute. How did she do it? Well, you’ll have to read to find out.

I think I was about 50 pages in when I was recommending this to my friend. I was also guessing everyone’s signs and then having it basically confirmed some odd pages later, love that for me. Also love that whether intentionally or not, Jen stuck pretty close to astrological characteristics. Listen, if you want a cute, fun, and heartfelt read, read. this. book.

Published by keelinrita

A Chicago girl with a lot of feelings about fictional people.

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