By Debbie Macomber
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In this spell binding novel set at Cedar Cove’s comfortable Rose Harbor lodge, Debbie Macomber celebrates the ability of love—and a well-timed love letter—to motivate desire and mend a damaged heart.
summer season is a hectic season on the resort, so owner Jo Marie Rose and handyman Mark Taylor have spent loads of time jointly retaining the valuables working. regardless of a few parents’ good-natured claims on the contrary, Jo Marie insists that Mark is barely a pal. although, she appears to be like considering this actual pal greatly in recent times. Jo Marie is aware unusually little approximately Mark’s existence, due in no small half to his refusal to debate it. She’s decided to benefit extra approximately his previous, yet first she needs to face her own—and welcome 3 viewers who, like her, are starting up on new paths.
Twenty-three-year-old Ellie Reynolds is taking a jump of religion. She’s come to Cedar Cove to satisfy Tom, a guy she’s been corresponding with for months, and with whom she may well also be falling in love. Ellie’s overprotective mom disapproves of her journey, yet Ellie is decided to unfold her wings.
Maggie and Roy Porter are subsequent to reach on the hotel. they're taking their first holiday on my own on account that their youngsters have been born. within the wake of previous blunders, they desire to re-light the spark of their marriage—and to win again every one other’s belief. yet Maggie needs to make one final confession which can perpetually tear them apart.
for every of those characters, it is going to eventually be a second while anyone wore their middle on their sleeve—and took pen to paper—that makes the entire distinction. Debbie Macomber’s relocating novel finds the braveness it takes to be weak, accepting, and open to love.
Praise for Love Letters
“Romance and a bit secret abound during this 3rd installment of Macomber’s sequence set at Cedar Cove’s Rose Harbor resort. . . . Readers of Robyn Carr and Sherryl Woods will take pleasure in Macomber’s most up-to-date, that allows you to have them flipping pages till the top and eagerly waiting for the subsequent installment.”—Library Journal (starred review)
“Mending a damaged center isn't continuously effortless to do, yet Macomber succeeds at this superbly inLove Letters. . . . conveniently, this can be a fresh tackle such a lot love stories—there are twists and turns within the plot that retain readers on their toes—and the writer stocks up slices of realism, permitting her viewers to believe correct at home.”—Bookreporter
“Macomber’s mastery of women’s fiction is clear in her most recent. . . . [She] breathes existence into every one plotline, rigorously intertwining her characters’ tales to make sure that none of them overshadow the others. but it really is her skill to trap diversified features of emotion with a purpose to front enthusiasts and newbies alike.”—Publishers Weekly
“Love Letters is one other brilliant tale within the Rose Harbor sequence. actual existence struggles with heartwarming endings for the 3 during this ebook make it distinctive. Readers won’t have the capacity to get sufficient of Macomber’s light storytelling. enthusiasts already comprehend what an enthralling position Rose Harbor is and new readers will love getting to know it as well.”—RT publication reports (4-1/2 stars)
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Extra resources for Love Letters: A Rose Harbor Novel
He opened a drawer and took out a plastic-coated sheet and passed it to her. “Do i have to make a reservation? ” she requested, noticing that they have been instructed. “It wouldn’t harm, however it shouldn’t be an issue getting a seat. ” Maggie wrote down the telephone quantity, stepped clear of the counter, and made the decision. simply as Connor had estimated, she used to be in a position to ebook a seat. the lady at the different finish of the road instructed her the pickup element, which didn’t appear to be faraway from the place she used to be. “The bus may still arrive in the subsequent fifteen minutes,” the girl informed her. “I’ll make my manner there correct now,” Maggie guaranteed the reservation clerk. “I’m a brief distance away. ” “The motive force doesn’t wait. ” “I’ll be there,” Maggie promised. She again to the desk for her suitcase and thanked Connor on her manner out the door. simply as she was once leaving, one other buyer entered the shop. the opposite lady held open the door for Maggie to head out first, and she or he may have with the exception of something. Roy. Her husband drove previous the Java Joint at simply that second. Maggie shrank again into the espresso position, approximately tripping backward in her rush to not be visible. “You come inside of first,” Maggie insisted, as she all yet plastered herself opposed to the wall. the girl gave her a strange glance yet then complied. It took a number of moments for Maggie’s respiring to come back to basic ahead of she ventured outdoor a moment time. Her one aim was once to get to the bus cease and board with no Roy seeing her. He may perhaps glance all he sought after, yet Maggie was resolute to not be stumbled on. bankruptcy 29 I heard voices within the different room and poked my head round the nook of the kitchen to discover the fellow who’d instructed me he used to be Ellie’s father speaking with Virginia Reynolds. They have been by myself, and the 2 seemed deep in dialog. They didn’t detect me, which was once simply in addition. I questioned what had occurred to Ellie, who was once nowhere in sight. front door used to be left in part open, which informed me that maybe Ellie had left. while I checked open air I observed that Virginia’s motor vehicle used to be lacking, which was once an excellent indication that Ellie had taken the automobile. The Porters’ vehicle used to be long past in addition. The final time I observed Roy he’d been in a undergo of a temper. I was hoping that more suitable as soon as he came across Maggie. I remained frightened in regards to the couple, who have been truly having marriage difficulties. i presumed concerns had greater, yet I’d guessed unsuitable. simply that morning earlier than they’d left for Seattle I had had a robust feeling that no matter what had them were resolved. sincerely, anything had occurred due to the fact that point that had deeply disillusioned them either. I suspected it has to be the invention that Maggie used to be pregnant. rather none of this used to be my company, yet I couldn’t aid caring. I’d by no means thought of myself nosy and in short questioned if i used to be looking yet one more distraction. Looping the deal with of a white wicker basket over my forearm, I gathered my backyard scissors and headed towards the facet backyard, the place I had huge hydrangea vegetation. Mark was once busy sorting in the course of the lumber he’d unpacked previous.