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Love Letter to the Editor: A Four Weddings and A Kiss Novella [Kindle Edition]

Robin Lee Hatcher
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Book Description

It's 1885 and five preachers sit around a campfire out West, trading stories of unlikely couples they've seen God bring together. This is one of those stories . . .

She's the best writer the paper has ever had. He's her new editor. And she doesn't like it one bit.

Molly Everton is the outspoken daughter of the town's newspaper publisher. She had the best education her father's money could buy and she's a better writer than he is. So when her father passes her over for the position of editor and gives the job to an outsider from back East, she's furious. But a smart girl like Molly knows she can drive the new guy out of town with little trouble if she plays her cards right . . .

Jack Ludlow came out West for adventure and wide open spaces, not romance. And he's not intimidated by the beautiful daughter of his new employer. At first he's just trying to prove to her he is the right man for the job—but before long he's set on stealing her heart.

“Robin’s stories are always an adventure of the heart! She is one of the premier storytellers of our day." —Karen Kingsbury, best-selling author



Product Details

  • File Size: 1985 KB
  • Print Length: 100 pages
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson (June 17, 2014)
  • Sold by: HarperCollins Christian Publishing
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00I5QX41I
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5.0 out of 5 stars Love Letter to the Editor by Robin Lee Hatcher April 9, 2015
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What a charming, nostalgic book that emphasizes how exciting life becomes when we release control to God. He meets us at every turn, as He did with Jack and Molly. Both wanted to be the Editor of the local newspaper. But, there was room for only one editor. One wanted to leave for adventures unknown, while the only wanted to stay forever.

Does this sound like you? Many dreams we have in our youth. Do they come true? Read Love Letters to the Editor and see what was in store for Molly and for Jack. I know in my own life all I dreamed of doing, and all God gave, changed and surprised me with. See what surprises are in store for Jack and Molly! Read on ... Enjoy! 😂
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5.0 out of 5 stars A LOVE LETTER TO TEH EDITOR, OH MY June 10, 2014
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Again, another first for me. LOVE LETTER TO THE EDITOR by ROBIN LEE HATCHER is a cute story, well written, with a good pace. I have a feeling I’ll be reading more by MS HATCHER in the future. She did a fine job of creating a well-rounded story in so few words. Not an easy feat, as any writer knows.

Molly Everton, the town newspapers daughter, is not happy when she discovers he father hired an editor. Why hadn’t she been given the job? After all, she knew the paper better than any other in the office, and certainly better than some stranger that wasn’t even a local.

Jack Ludgrove is optimistic about his new position at the newspaper, about moving to a new town, even if he only plans to stay for a shot while.
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Robin Lee Hatcher always brings her characters to life and I feel like I'm reading about dear friends. They aren't perfect, but they are endearing, and they often struggle with some of the same problems I face. This short book didn't disappoint. Hatcher's books just make me feel good.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A nostalgic western that will transport you April 18, 2015
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“Love Letter to the Editor” by Robin Hatcher Lee has been nominated by the Romance Writers of America as a RITA finalist – meaning that romance writers have judged her book to represent excellence in romance writing.
The story is set in the Missouri Territory, some years after the Civil War, where we find Molly Everton an unusually highly educated woman working for her father’s newspaper in the small town of Killdeer.
As a reader, I felt myself immersed in this nostalgic time where the west was still new and undiscovered. Ms. Lee has such a talent to weave in realistic historical details that made me long for this sights and people. Jack Ludgrove is the newly hired editor for the paper. After serving in the Civil War, he put aside his dreams of roaming west to take care of his aging father. He only plans on being in Killdeer for a few years before moving on and that’s just what Molly hopes. She’s dreamt of being the town editor for years and doesn’t want Jack to get too comfortable in her town…or his job.
The one aspect of the book that I thought was interesting was how driven both the hero and heroine are at the beginning of the story, yet through their love for each other, found a common goal (to be together) at the end. Love truly has the power to transform and that was definitely the theme of this short story.
The story was a very sweet romance and an inspirational genre that I’m not used to reading. The level of intimacy was very appropriate for the tone and period of the story. The only aspect of the story that bothered me was Molly’s father and all the other men in town. Molly’s father was certainly confident in his daughter to obtain her education, but not enough to make her editor for the paper. All the men in the town (except for the Reverend) seemed to think negatively of Molly to the point of hyperbole.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Books by Robin Lee Hatcher. July 23, 2014
By depo
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I love all of Robins books.She keeps you in the story line and you don't get bored with them,!I do not even read what it is about because I know it will be a great book.
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5.0 out of 5 stars never a disappointment from Robin Lee Hatcher August 29, 2014
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Robin is one of my favorite authors she can make you feel like you are right there in the middle of the story yourself.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great story July 14, 2014
By June
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Great story. Looking forward to reading the other three that make up the novella.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Better value to buy the collection June 29, 2014
By Iola
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Love Letter to the Editor is part of the Four Weddings and a Kiss novella quartet, from four authors who are well-known for their Christian historical romances, set in the American West during the years after the US Civil War. Each of the wedding stories is a tale told to a young minister who feels compelled to break up with his lady love because she wouldn’t make a suitable minister’s wife. The stories of four weddings, related by four more experienced colleagues, are intended to make him reconsider. If you are interested in these stories, then the four-in-one "Four Weddings and a Kiss" novella collection is better value than buying the novellas one at a time.

I liked Love Letter to the Editor by Robin Lee Hatcher more than some of the other novellas in the collection. This was the story of thirty-five year old Molly Everton, daughter of the town newspaper owner, who is upset when her father hires a new editor—the job she wanted, despite being a woman. Jack Ludgrove, the new editor, finds himself attracted to Molly, even though it’s plain she doesn’t want him there.

I very much enjoyed this story, because both Molly and Jack were strong and intelligent characters, placed in a situation that was entirely believable for the time, yet it transcended time and place in a way that left me smiling.
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More About the Author

Best-selling novelist Robin Lee Hatcher is known for her heartwarming and emotionally charged stories of faith, courage, and love. Winner of the Christy, the RITA, the Carol, the Inspirational Reader's Choice, and many other industry awards, Robin is also a recipient of the prestigious RWA Lifetime Achievement Award. She is the author of 70+ novels and novellas with over five million copies in print.

Robin enjoys being with her family, spending time in the beautiful Idaho outdoors, reading books that make her cry, and watching romantic movies. Her main hobby (when time allows) is knitting, and she has a special love for making prayer shawls. A mother and grandmother, Robin and her husband make their home on the outskirts of Boise, sharing it with Poppet, the high-maintenance Papillon, and Princess Pinky, the DC (demon cat).

Robin is active on her Facebook Author Page where she loves to interact with readers. Please join her there: http://www.facebook.com/robinleehatcher

For more information, please visit her web site at http://www.robinleehatcher.com

Please note: Robin's faith-based fiction has been published from 1999 to present. She no longer recommends her older mass market fiction.


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