Tuesday, November 12, 2013

The Love Letter, by Erica Matthews

The Love Letter is a clean adult romance novel, which alone makes it very rare. The main character, Sabrina, goes back to her childhood vacation spot on Tybee Island to help her sister manage an inn. She is stunned to find that one of the guests is a college professor she'd rather not run into again. Sabrina is embarrassed about a love letter she wrote to him, but also still in love with him in a bad way. Awkward and romantic run-ins ensue. I really liked Sabrina's character, but I was not impressed by Meredith, the object of her affection. He's ten years older, and to me he was kinda rude and condescending most of the time. Regardless, I enjoyed reading and it kept my attention the whole time. 2.99 on Kindle.

I received a free copy from the author in return for an honest review.

1 comment:

  1. Hey Friend! I follow a bunch of book review blogs so I'm so happy you have one! You should participate in a couple of these blogs things.

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