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charming relationship drama,
This review is from: The Last Letter from Your Lover: A Novel (Hardcover)
In 1960, following a car accident that hospitalized her in a comatose sate, twenty-seven years old Jennifer Stirling wakes up. However, her injury leaves her with amnesia; she does not recall the accident that left her in her current condition or anything else.
Her Husband visits her almost every night and Jennifer knows in her heart she does not love this wealthy man who has made a fortune exploiting mining operations in the war ravaged Congo. When she finds a passionate haunting love letter from a "B" Jennifer knows the unknown author is her beloved. Still, she also struggles with what is acceptable behavior amongst her English social class in London.
In 2003, English journalist Ellie Haworth researches a story in her newspaper's morgue when she finds a B letter to Jennifer. Feeling the love "B" had for his Jennifer, Ellie looks deep inside her heart to her grand passion as she tries to learn whether "B" and "J" had a happy ever after.
This is a charming relationship drama starring an incredible cast especially the two letter writers and the reporter who investigates their tale. Character driven, fans will relish this bittersweet romance as love proves not enough yet lasts forever in spite of time and place separation. Jojo Moyes provides a wonderful story that romanticists will relish.
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Initial post: Jul 10, 2011 11:33:09 AM PDT
THE ORIGINAL KDS TRUTH says:
Wow! I wondered what all those lights were doing on all day and night this weekend at the "WORLD'S LARGEST LITERARY FRAUD-KLAUSNER'S BUNKER/CAVE??? Now I know for sure. She just falsely claimed to have read TWENTY FOUR COMPLETE BOOKS BEFORE NOON ON SUNDAY *AFTER* CLAIMING TO HAVE READ THIRTY COMPLETE BOOKS YESTERDAY.
In reply to an earlier post on Jul 11, 2011 10:33:13 AM PDT
Fraud HK, your daily allotment of "relish" is now used up as using it twice in the same paragraph is way too much for us to cope with.
Posted on Dec 2, 2011 6:39:55 AM PST
G. Beaverson says:
Amazing how many "charming" books you read.
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