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Meet Me In The Margins | Melissa Ferguison | Book Review

In Meet Me In The Margins, Savanah Cade lives in Nashville and works as an editorial assistance at Pennington Publishing. Pennington Publishing is a small independent publishing house. Their focus is catering to the whims of the authors of high brow literature. Hugh brow is the only type of literature that is acceptable at Pennington Publishing. No commercial fiction allowed.

Romance is considered commercial fiction so Savannah has been laying low as she writes her most recent romance novel. She finds a hidden nook within the publishing building and she goes there for peace and to write. One day she accidentally leaves her manuscript in the nook, and when she returns to pick if up there are notes all over it. At first, she is offended but then realizes her mystery editor may have a point with all the suggestions so she decides to continue leaving her manuscript and communicates through notes with her mystery editor.

Meet Me In The Margins has total You’ve Got Mail vibes and I was here for it. Savanah knows that her mystery editor is a man and based on this, she tries to narrow it down with who she works with at the company. Because it is such a small company, she is able to narrow her options down relatively quickly but she still wasn’t one hundred percent certain who it was. I had a sneaky suspicion throughout and really enjoyed how Savanah was interacting with this character throughout the day. This is most definitely the troupe of falling in love over writing while also falling in love in person, and it is so well done.

This is such a fun story. It was well written with an easy flow to it. It kept me engaged from the beginning. I loved learning about the intricacies of the publishing world. The characters were ones that I cared about and wanted to be together. Both characters also had growth throughout which was so good and brought an important balance to the romance.

Meet Me in the Margins is an adorable romantic comedy. It had just the right amount of humor and romance. I did feel it ended kind of quickly though. I wouldn’t have minded more of Savanah and her mystery man. I would most definitely recommend this one to anyone who loves books and who has a craving for a You’ve Got Mail type romance.

Rating: 4 Stars

**I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.**

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