Letter [NOOK Book]

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Cassie Armstrong finds a passionate love letter hidden among her grandmother's quilting supplies, signed with the mysterious initials F.B. and Cassie has no idea who that is. It's certainly not her grandfather, Henry, a man more comfortable with actions than with words.

Learning that her grandmother, whom she's always seen as somewhat conventional, might have had a secret love sends Cassie on a quest to find F.B. But doing that means raising questions about Lydia and Henry--and ...

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Letter

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Overview

Cassie Armstrong finds a passionate love letter hidden among her grandmother's quilting supplies, signed with the mysterious initials F.B. and Cassie has no idea who that is. It's certainly not her grandfather, Henry, a man more comfortable with actions than with words.

Learning that her grandmother, whom she's always seen as somewhat conventional, might have had a secret love sends Cassie on a quest to find F.B. But doing that means raising questions about Lydia and Henry--and about Cassie's own relationship with her fiance, Cooper Lynch. Questions Cassie might not be ready to face. Because if Henry isn't the love of Lydia's life, maybe Cooper isn't the right man for Cassie, either. But love, like the letter, will end up surprising Cassie in more ways than she might expect...

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426803208
  • Publisher: Harlequin Enterprises
  • Publication date: 6/1/2009
  • Series: Harlequin Everlasting Love Series , #11
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 401,390
  • File size: 275 KB

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    As a kid growing up in the home of her grandparents, Cassie Armstrong was embarrassed by Grammy¿s quilting so she never touched the supply box that she passed a zillion times until now. As she plans to move to a Chicago condo over looking Lake Michigan, she visits her Grammy¿s home. However inside the box she never stopped to look at is a mystifying desperate letter of love from an unknown (to her) F.B. to her Grammy obviously this was not her grandfather Henry who felt action spoke louder than words.------------------- The passionate letter has Cassie thinking that her conservative grandmother apparently had a secret lover, whom she wants to know who he is and wondering whether Henry or F.B. was the love of Grammy¿s life. Cassie also begins to reconsider her relationship with her fiancé Cooper Lynch, more a trusted friend than a passionate lover.------------------- THE LETTER is an interesting romance that uses an old theme yet is made vividly fresh by Cassie¿s reactions as she slowly begins to understand Grammy¿s decisions to choose reliability over passion and learns just who F.B. is. Cassie makes this a delightful family drama as she finally comprehends what love is. A final twist wraps up a fine tale as Elizabeth Blackwell reminds her readers that even when they drive you crazy remember the reasons why you married them for its is the entire relationship that matters.-------------- Harriet Klausner

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