He promised to love her forever, but forever is running out….
1943: in the ruins of Blitzed London, Stella Thorne and Dan Rosinski fall in love. Sixty years later Dan sends a letter to the house where they shared a brief yet perfect happiness.
But Stella has gone, and the letter is opened by Jess. She is captivated by the story of a love affair that burned so bright. Can she help Dan find Stella before it is too late?
©2015 Iona Grey (P)2015 W F Howes Ltd
"A beautifully woven tale of love and loss that breaks your heart and rebuilds it. I couldn't put it down." (Liz Fenwick, author of The Cornish House)
"Letters to the Lost pulsates with life, offering a vibrant love story that transcends time and the heartbreak of war." (Kate Alcott, author of The Dressmaker)
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Great heart warming love story. With a good ending too. It made me Cry and laugh and feel for them all.
"loved this book"
Definitely recommend gripping till the end
First chapter a bit strange but then great.
So sad in parts but two lovely stories in different eras bought together well.
two lovely stories in different eras bought together well.
Voices and story read well.
All of it moved me
"Absolutely loved it"
Brilliant story. Was captivated all the way through. Cried at the end. Look forward to her next one.
"Beautiful story telling"
This was such a beautiful gentle story of love. It moves between 1940's and present day and the stories become intertwined! Narration was excellent!
"rather soppy love story"
Not really, I got hooked but rather against my best judgement.
She had a good voice , I doubt I'd have made it through a paper version, just flipped to the end.
Not really, I didn't get a feeling that much research into the period had been done, or feel transported. It's two rather soppy love stories separated by time but connected by a house and some letters. If you like rather silly love stories you might enjoy it.
You get caught up in the story, and it must be a tribute to the author you feel the need to know what happens, even though it's not a terribly good book, I would not be tempted to read another by the author.
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