Friday, February 14, 2014

Love Letter Collection-Timeless Romance Anthology Collection Review

My Review of Love Letter Collection-Timeless Romance Anthology Collection: 

I liked the first story about Maggie and her long time crush on her friend. Its always hard to take that chance whether or not you will ruin a good friendship by telling that person your feelings. I loved how she tried to tell him and the end result. Great story!

The second story was my least favorite. It had swear words which were totally unnecessary and the whole story line didn't really interest me. Wren's story about completing her Grampa's bucket list with his two friends.

I loved the third story. Full of funny and embarrassing misunderstandings between a teacher and principal notes-great love story-also about forgiveness and taking a chance on love.

The fourth story was about Shannon and Patrick in an older time period. Loved the story line and time period. The feelings of love and commitment were very real, and of course there were misunderstandings once they were finally reunited after months of writing letters.

Between the lines was fabulous!! Another story set in an older time period. Totally drawn into the characters and story line. I just loved that the two characters got to know each other thru letters-so sweet and great ending!

Blackberry Hollow was also fabulous and by one of my favorite authors. Story line had so much potential to be a longer book, but even with it being short it made sense, tied all the characters together, and was a sweet story! I loved the history of the two family houses and them getting to know each other.

I loved the last 3 stories the best and they had the potential of being longer stories. I love the timeless romance story collections!! I loved that all these stories were in various locations and time periods. Great clean romantic read! Can't wait to read the next one this summer.

**I am a part of Heather Moore's book review team. I received an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review**

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 January 22, 2014
Amazon #1 Bestselling series in *New Release* for Clean Romance


In MAGGIE'S SONG, a charming story by Karey White, Maggie Jensen is part of a trio of best friends with Lucas and Dan. Together, they own and run Wild Country Hiking Tours. When Lucas returns to the company after getting his college degree, Maggie realizes that the crush she had on him as a teenager has now blossomed into so much more. But Lucas still treats her as one of the guys, and Maggie worries that if she tells him her real feelings, their relationship will be damaged forever.

In JUST FLY, Krista Lynne Jensen's captivating novella, Wren is faced with the devastating news of her grandfather's death. But when her mom finds a mysterious letter from a woman named Dot in Seattle, Wren decides to visit the woman herself to deliver the news in person. Wren learns of the bucket list Dot and Gramps had put together with the help of Dot's grandson, Seth, and Dot challenges Wren to take her grandfather's place in completing the list. Before the week of adventure is over, Seth has impressed Wren in more ways than one. But is that enough to overcome Wren's fear of losing those she loves?

HOW TO REWRITE A LOVE LETTER, an enthralling novella by Diane Darcy, high school teacher Julie Ashburn believes she'll never live the "event" down in which she wrote her true feelings in a love letter to Principal Dane Parker, and he laughed out loud, mocking her. Now that her honors English students want to write love letters for the school fundraiser, Dane turns down the idea flat. Julie tries to convince him that it was her students' idea and not any sort of payback. But when a student writes a fake love letter from the principal to Julie, everything gets even more mixed up, and both Julie and Dane are caught up in a series of misunderstandings that might be impossible to sort out.

In Sarah M. Eden's delightful story, A THOUSAND WORDS, Shannon Ryan has been waiting half a year to be reunited with her fiance, Patrick, with only the letters between them keeping their relationship alive. He finally sends for her after securing a good job with the Sidney newspaper, and she can't wait to be reunited with him, swept up in his arms and thoroughly kissed. And of course, married as soon as possible. But when she arrives at the train station, there is no Patrick waiting for her. Shannon must discover if the man she loves still has feelings for her.

BETWEEN THE LINES is a sweet romance by Annette Lyon. Jane Martin is intelligent but extremely shy, especially around men. When the Aid and Cultural Society proposes a letter-writing program, Jane signs up, hoping she can find true friendship. The program doesn't run as smoothly as expected, and unknown to Jane, one of the men in her city becomes her writing friend. Thomas Allred has always known shy and quiet Jane, but reading her letters written to his secret persona, opens his eyes to what an amazing woman she is. The only trouble is, Jane doesn't know that the man who she is falling in love with through letters is also Thomas, the man who is falling in love with her in person.

In the enchanting novella, BLACKBERRY HOLLOW, by Heather B. Moore, Lucy Quinn travels to England to inspect her inherited estate. What she doesn't expect is Calvin Bevans, the man living next door. The two families have been divided by a misunderstanding decades old, and when Lucy discovers a set of love letters, she learns the truth. As Calvin helps her unravel the hidden secrets between the two families, Lucy finds that she has more reasons to stay in England than to return to New York. And Calvin is at the top of her list.


  1. Great review! Thanks for sharing!

    ~ Lora @ Crazy Running Girl

  2. Great review! I'm not a huge short story person but am putting this on my to read list.

  3. I might have to check this out! Great review. Visiting from SitGirls "Comment Love" tribe. I'm a day late but I'm here :) Love your blog. Happy Valentine's Day!