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". . . some ofthe love letters highlight hidden affection between the characters while otherletters emerge from the past to draw present day romantics into a starry-eyedmessage from long ago. Every story winds its way around an endearing couplethat must overcome difficult obstacles in order to follow their hearts." --Melissa DeMoux, DESERET NEWS
"This anthology has everything for someone looking for a sweet, yet still emotionally diverse, read. Though love and all its varied emotions are integral, sex and sensuality are nowhere to be found; a wonderful shift from the overuse of sex scenes." --Julie York, IND'TALE MAGAZINE
About the Author
USA Today bestselling authors Karey White, Diane Darcy, and Heather B. Moore, team up with award-winning authors Krista Lynne Jensen, Sarah M. Eden, and Annette Lyon to bring you this charming romance anthology.
Another great addition to the Timeless Romance Anthology collection. I just love these anthologies and buy them up the second they are released. Normally when I read a book I check out the synopsis and sometimes book reviews before diving in. With these collections you never know what you're going to get, and I love that. In this case we had three contemporary stories and three historical. All had some kind of letter tie-in that was so fun. Each author did thier own take on love letters and it was fun to see how they worked that aspect into the story. I really enjoyed this collection, such sweet stories that make your heart melt. A perfect read for this Valentine's season.
Maggie's Song by Karey White This was a cute friends-first story! Loved her take on love letters. Not sure I could have been that brave!
Just Fly by Krista Lynne Jensen I thought this was a sweet story. A little serious, a little fun and a sweet romance.
How to Rewrite a Love Letter by Diane Darcy This was super cute. Fun premise, good tension/chemistry.
A Thousand Words by Sarah Eden Wonderful!! Ms. Eden is a wonderful storyteller. I just love anything she writes.
Between the Lines by Annette Lyon Cute story. If you liked the movie You've Got Mail you'll enjoy this.
Blackberry Hollow by Heather Moore Charming! This seriously needs to be made into a full length novel.
Content Romance: Clean Language: Mild, I think only one story had mild language
I adore the Timeless Romance Anthologies, and the love letter edition was no exception. I loved the authors' different interpretation of the theme. It was a perfect blend of funny contemporary, interesting historical, and heartwarming. From a hike into the Grand Canyon to the Western Frontier and a grandpa's crazy bucket list. I loved learning about an ancestor's love story through her letters, and seeing a character open up to a secret pen pal. And the English teacher's love letter to the principal... I don't think I could choose a favorite. Quick reads with deep characters that I cared about instantly. All of the stories are clean and I can't wait for the next one!
Most of my favorite authors! They did not disappoint! Now I even have a new author to check out. Cha-ching! Love letters really stretches the imagination and definition of "love letters" in surprisingly wonderful ways.
I finished this late last night. I really like the TRA series because three of the short stories are by the regular authors and the other three are by others, most of whom are new to me. The theme to this collection is love letters. The stories were so different from each other. From a story about a couple that had been just friends for years, to another about a young woman completing her recently deceased grandfather's bucket list. They're set in different time periods. I had several favorite stories in this book.
I enjoyed this book. The introduction to different authors. Each story is complete. I was pleasantly surprised by this book, editing was spot on. Characters were solid story lines were quick to grab attention and pull you thru to the next story.
Given that most or all of these authors are LDS, I had expected this anthology to be completely clean. While the romance itself was clean, unfortunately there is a mild curse word used a few times in one of the stories, which was very disappointing to me.
I bought the anthology because Sarah Eden is one of my absolute favorite authors, and her story was excellent as expected. I also enjoyed the stories by Moore and Lyon. I found the first three stories to be interesting, but the writing was not as strong or as enjoyable for me as Eden's, Moore's, and Lyon's.