With Every Letter

This book review is for the novel "With Every Letter" by Sarah Sundin.

Anyone who is a fan of Sarah's work will enjoy this book for she has done it again! A great read especially if you like the historical period of WWII.

Not only is Sarah's writing eloquent and descriptive but this book is a beautiful love story.

In a time of war when home fronts have had their husbands, sons, uncles and cousins ripped away for the horror that is war, men face battle weary and lonely looking for even a small bright spot in their very gray days.

One way it was sought to provide this for them was an anonymous, morale building, letter writing exercise pairing a woman with a man to correspond and bring some brightness to the otherwise bleak world they found themselves trapped in.

This very thing which Lt. Mellie Blake very reluctantly takes part in is the very thing that could help change her life forever.

The feeling of anonymity involved in this helps Mellie and Tom, a man who has been trying to escape the infamy that has trailed him for years, to connect in a unique way.

Neither having to reveal their true names brings them closer as they send their letters flying back and forth.

In the end though a choice will have to be made. Will they be strong enough to reveal who they are really are to each other or will they never lift that curtain of secrecy?

You will have to read and find out what our two lovebirds decide! Sarah has done great research and you can easily envision the time and places she is depicting in this novel!

Hope you all have a fabulous start to your week!

*Note* I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a review. I am not required to post a positive review. All opinions expressed are my own and they are sincere.

1 comment:

  1. Jenny - thank you so much for the lovely review. I'm glad you enjoyed Tom & Mellie's story!