Sunday, September 21, 2014

Book Review: Love Letters

Love Letters: A Rose Harbor Novel

by Debbie Macomber
New York: Ballantine Books, 2014

Love Letters is the latest installment in the Rose Harbor series by Debbie Macomber. I eagerly look forward to each book and this one was definitely worth waiting for. One need not have read the prior two books to enjoy this one. Macomber manages to seamlessly weave in backstory to bring her readers quickly up-to-date.

In this installment, innkeeper Jo Marie Rose is struggling to figure out her relationship with handyman Mark Taylor while her guests deal with struggles of their own. Maggie and Roy Porter are a couple trying to figure out what to do with a marriage that is falling apart. Ellie Reynolds, against her mother's wishes, has traveled a long way to finally meet Tom, a man she's fallen in love with on-line.

This book has more plot twists than Macomber's books usually have and I was kept wondering what would happen. It also has a wonderful pro-life message. An excellent book for those who enjoy love stories!

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