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In this enchanting novel set at Cedar Coves cozy Rose Harbor Inn, Debbie Macomber celebrates the power of loveand a well-timed love letterto inspire hope and mend a broken heart.
Summer is a busy season at the inn, so proprietor Jo Marie Rose and handyman Mark Taylor have spent a lot of time together keeping the property running. Despite some folks good-natured claims to the contrary, Jo Marie insists that Mark is only a friend. However, she seems to be thinking about this particular friend a great deal lately. Jo Marie knows surprisingly little about Marks life, due in no small part to his refusal to discuss it. Shes determined to learn more about his past, but first she must face her ownand welcome three visitors who, like her, are setting out on new paths.
Twenty-three-year-old Ellie Reynolds is taking a leap of faith. Shes come to Cedar Cove to meet Tom, a man shes been corresponding with for months, and with whom she might even be falling in love. Ellies overprotective mother disapproves of her trip, but Ellie is determined to spread her wings.
Maggie and Roy Porter are next to arrive at the inn. They are taking their first vacation alone since their children were born. In the wake of past mistakes, they hope to rekindle the spark in their marriageand to win back each others trust. But Maggie must make one last confession that could forever tear them apart.
For each of these characters, it will ultimately be a moment when someone wore their heart on their sleeveand took pen to paperthat makes all the difference. Debbie Macombers moving novel reveals the courage it takes to be vulnerable, accepting, and open to love.
Praise for Love Letters
"Romance and a little mystery abound in this third installment of Macombers series set at Cedar Coves Rose Harbor Inn. . . . Readers of Robyn Carr and Sherryl Woods will enjoy Macombers latest, which will have them flipping pages until the end and eagerly anticipating the next installment."Library Journal (starred review)
"Mending a broken heart is not always easy to do, but Macomber succeeds at this beautifully in Love Letters. . . . Quite simply, this is a refreshing take on most love storiesthere are twists and turns in the plot that keep readers on their toesand the author shares up slices of realism, allowing her audience to feel right at home."Bookreporter