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Letter Perfect ( Book #1)

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Letter Perfect

The death of her mother brings Ruth Caldwell's life into serious upheaval. In obedience to her mother's final wishes, she travels to California to live with the father she never knew. Unfortunately, when she arrives, she finds that he is dead and she may be heir to a p...
The death of her mother brings Ruth Caldwell's life into serious upheaval. In obedience to her mother's final wishes, she travels to California to live with the father she never knew. Unfortunately, when she arrives, she finds that he is dead and she may be heir to a part of the Broken P ranch. Joshua McCain has devoted his life to the success of the Broken P ranch and is part owner of the ranch. The revelation of Ruth Caldwell's existence gives her a claim to his ranch and at first, Joshua wants nothing more than to put her on a train and send her back East. To his dismay, Ruth proves to be a kind, sweet, admirable woman and Joshua can not help but be attracted to her. However, when her clumsiness begins to involve serious incidents, he begins to wonder if something sinister may be involved.

Letter Perfect is the struggle of one woman to move beyond her grief and the things of her past to embrace a future. The character of Ruth Caldwell is ridiculously clumsy and yet the author makes her seem perfectly authentic in the context of the story. The book contained just the right combination of mystery, humor, romance and culture to create a story that one will want to read over and over again.

posted by Sneezybee23 on June 13, 2010

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

OMG I LOVE THIS BOOOOK!!!!!!

Im 13 and i stole this book from my mother out of pure curiosity and it was the best thing ive evee done!!! Im a huge fan of Jane austen and all the older love stories nd this one did not dissapoint!!! READ IT!!!!! IT NOW!!!

posted by 10775436 on April 17, 2012

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  • Posted July 3, 2014

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    Really nice read, funny, heartwarming...but a little rushed at t

    Really nice read, funny, heartwarming...but a little rushed at the end it seemed. And where did BANG come from? That one word, to describe something so pivotal to the book...just didn't fit the rest of the story.
    Overall, though, I'd recommend.   

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 12, 2013

    GREAT BOOK

    Only wish there was more romance. I mean they only kiss once:(

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 9, 2011

    Unexpected Pleasure

    I really enjoyed reading this book. I was suprised by how the suspense of the book couldn't be seen from a mile away (at least in my case). Great story!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 23, 2009

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    A good read

    This was an enjoyable book all and all. For those of you who may know the other authors I read and adore, I would say this was similar to reading Mary Connealy. This was my first experience with Cathy Marie Hake and I look forward to reading more of her books in the future.



    I am not sure if it is the pregnancy hormones or things that need to be done, but I did not zip through this book. It took me a while to read it. When I was not with it, it did not call to me like some books where I think I will go crazy if I do not read the next page. However, I did like it overall.



    I laughed, thought about crying, got angry, and snickered too. This story contained a wealth of emotions and a good couple handful of humor. The characters were enjoyable and some detestable just as they should be. I saw clues to what would happen and anticipated the next scene as if it were a film.



    Easily, this is a read that I recommend.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 16, 2007

    Entertaining Read

    Cathy Marie Hake introduces Ruth Caldwell in an unforgettable story filled with humor, tears, and love. Ruth is an obedient daughter - at least she tries to be. Her mother wishes her to attend a school for young ladies and to grow up properly. But Ruth¿s innocent mishaps at the latest school sends her home once again. Once home, Ruth realizes that her mother is dying. She concedes to her mother¿s dying wish that she live with her estranged father on his ranch in California. Ruth¿s arrival to California not only causes uneasiness in her own heart, but in the lives of those she meets. She arrives in town only to discover that her father passed away several years ago and part of his ranch is now hers. Joshua McCain and his father own the other half of the ranch. But until they can settle who the rightful owner is, with the help of a circuit judge, Ruth has nowhere to go. Joshua and his family invite her to stay at the ranch and she finds an instant friend in Josh¿s sister, Laney. Life settles into a bit of a routine, albeit unpredictable as it seems Ruth has a wont for finding trouble. But the outhouse door falling on her and falling off of the sidewalk weren¿t really her fault - they were accidents. Joshua struggles between trying to protect her from herself and finding her humorous charm irresistible. When Ruth¿s accidents turn into foul play, she and Josh learn to trust in their heavenly Father in a whole new way. Cathy Marie Hake writes a wonderful story that will keep you turning the pages!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 10, 2014

    A good read!

    This was not my first read by this author, and want very much to read the sequel, book 2.

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