Love Letters by Geraldine Solon
Bridal shop manager Chloe Rogers will soon marry Richard Foster—so she thinks—until suddenly, she bumps into her childhood sweetheart, Josh Goldman, whom she hasn’t seen in thirteen years. The sparks between Chloe and Josh fly, but Richard provides safety, financial security. Should she follow her heart or her head? The answer comes in a surprise twist. While cleaning her attic, she stumbles upon love letters written to her estranged mother forty years ago from a man she loved. When Chloe secretly brings them together again and sees how much time they’ve lost, she is challenged not to make the same mistake her mother made. Will Chloe opt for security or will she risk her heart and marry her true love?
|What an awesome read this was! So refreshing to read a great story about Love,Loss,and past loves.|
I loved the characters in the story,they all had traits you could love and hate. Richard was a character you love to hate. He is very selfish and bossy,he ruled over Chloe and worse yet was that Chloe never questioned him until almost wedding time.
Enter in Josh,the exboyfriend from Chloe's childhood.Things got real when Josh stepped in the story.I just loved his character and was rooting for him till the end!! He is the perfect boyfriend.
Then you have the drama of Chloe's mother,Suzanne.Loved her!! Loved the story of her past and the love she hung onto all her life. Chole's mother and father stayed together till the end of his life. After her father died her mother never really moved on.Life for her revoled around her shopping and traveling.Until Chole found letters in the attic from her mothers past love.
Chole set out to find the man in the letters. She wanted to see if the love between her mother and this man was still there.Her plan to reunite the two was awesome!!
I found this book to be one I enjoyed so much that I didn't want it to end!! Kudos to Geraldine Solon on such a wonderful reading expirence!! Loved it!
Brenda's Butterfly Review Points; 5
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