Meg Cabot was born during the Chinese astrological year of the Fire Horse. Author of more than 80 books for both adults and tweens/teens, that include multiple No. 1 New York Times bestsellers. Her books have sold in excess of twenty-five million copies worldwide.
Meg’s ‘Princess Diaries’ series has been published in more than 38 countries and was made into two hit films by Disney. Meg’s numerous other award-winning books include the Mediator series, the Heather Wells mystery series, and Avalon High, the latter of which was made into a film for Disney Channel. No Words is her latest novel, released recently by the publisher William Morrow Books (Twitter Page – @WmMorrowBooks).
Synopsis of No Words taken from https://www.megcabot.com/books/no-words/
Jo Wright always swore she’d never step foot on Little Bridge Island—not as long as her nemesis, bestselling author Will Price, is living there.
Then Jo’s given an offer she can’t refuse: an all-expense paid trip to speak and sign at the island’s first ever book festival.
Even though arrogant Will is the last person Jo wants to see, she could really use the festival’s more-than-generous speaking fee.
She’s suffering from a crippling case of writer’s block on the next instalment of her bestselling children’s series, and her father needs financial help as well.
Then Jo hears that Will is off-island on the set of the film of his next book. Hallelujah!
But when she arrives on Little Bridge, Jo is in for a shock: Will is not only at the book festival but seems genuinely sorry for his past actions—and more than willing not only to make amends, but prove to Jo that he’s a changed man.
Things seem to be looking up—until disaster strikes, causing Jo to wonder: Do any of us ever really know anyone?
‘With a sunny island backdrop populated with loveable characters, this is the perfect sexy spring/summer read to lose yourself in’ – Bolu Babalola, bestselling author of Love in Colour
‘Funny and enchanting . . . Meg Cabot is a total delight’ – Popsugar
‘Meg Cabot is a fabulous author’ USA Today
‘Meg Cabot is the master of her genre’ – Publishers Weekly
‘Her trademark humour makes for compulsive reading’ – Publishers Weekly