The next book that I have read is the book named Well Met. The woman named Jen DeLuca is the author of this book. Well Met is a book about a woman who is named Emily.
Emily just moved to a new town to help out her sister. Her sister was injured in a car accident and needs help to take care of her sister’s daughter. Emily recently broke-up with her ex-boyfriend and needed a change. This constituted that change. While Emily takes care of her niece, she gets roped into volunteering for a home-grown Renaissance Fair that is held in that small town. The Renaissance Fair is led by a man named Simon. Emily and Simon don’t get along at first. But as Emily’s summer at the Renaissance Fair continues on she finds herself getting thrown into the mix with Simon. A love-match flourishes.
I enjoyed this book. This book was written very well. Emily has many thoughts and worries. You get right into Emily’s head when you read this book. I liked the idea of Emily and Simon. The two seemed to have a lot in common. Emily seems to love volunteering at the Renaissance Fair. Simon views the Renaissance Fair as a project that he keeps-up with to commemorate his deceased brother.
I was happy at the end of the book when Emily and Simon managed to finally get together. The two have a fight; however, the two make up and are happy together.
I hear there are two other books out there that are semi-sequels to this book. The first book is named Well Matched. Well Matched is about Emily’s friend named Stacey. Stacey is searching for her own happily-ever-after. The next book is named Well Traveled. Well Traveled is about another character named Lulu Malone.
I give this book 4-stars. I enjoyed the book so much that I would even read the two semi-sequels.
Always with infinite love,
6 thoughts on “My thoughts and opinions on… Well Met”
I have heard of this book. I may pick-it-up to see how I like it. Nice post.
You should definitely check-it-out. Thanks.
I liked this book. Nice one.
This is a great review. I also enjoyed this book. I will also check-out those semi-sequels.
That’s great. Thanks.