3.5 stars
I loved Kate Clayborn's book Love Lettering and her Chance of a Lifetime series. Love Lettering was an especially delightful read. Therefore, I was very excited to dive into Love at First. The first half of the book was boring, boring boring. Ugh. I was really irritated with the characters in the book until about the middle of the book (when the female protagonist became ill). Prior to that, I found the female protagonist and her neighbors annoying and didn't understand the fuss about Will renting out his unit. The beginning of the book was slow and plodding and the side characters were tiresome (except the medical professionals, including the male lead's boss and his ex-wife). The author was unable to create chemistry between the two leads and I didn't buy that the male lead fell in love with his female counterpart when he heard her voice as a teenager. Hogwash! The latter part of the novel saves it from complete disaster and makes it a passable read. Unfortunately, I cannot give this book more than 3.5 stars.

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