Letters to My Future Husband

Letters to My Future Husband

by Lisa McKendrick

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$15.99

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ISBN-13: 9781462115532
Publisher: Cedar Fort, Incorporated/CFI Distribution
Publication date: 02/28/2015
Pages: 240
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.80(d)

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Letters to My Future Husband 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book. It was fun and very well written. Very talented author. And it is always refreshing to read a book that is clean and fun and to top it off, very well edited. I hope she writes more.
rhonda1111RL More than 1 year ago
4 stars This has humor, drama and romance. It does mention LDS standards but does not really mention any beliefs. It is a clean read. I liked most of the characters. I did not like the mother. She is always talking so negative to her daughter. It was a little too much. Sophie is the main character. In this story starts out as Sophie tells her father that she wants to marry him when she grows up. He answers by giving her a journal to write letters to her future husband. Sophie starts writing hate mail to him. Then she gets a crush as a teenager. The last part of the book is cute when Sophie meets her future daughter as a teenager. She wants to pick out her father. She also wants to be born, she is tired of waiting. Sometimes the story worked and other times does not make sense. It is quite was over the top with the mother and the boyfriend. On the whole I liked it. I would like to read more by Lisa McKendrick in the future. I was given this ebook to read by Cedar Fort Publishing. In return I agreed to give a honest review of Letters to My Future Husband and agree to give honest review.
lovingthebooks More than 1 year ago
What a FUN BOOK! LOVED. LOVED. LOVED. IT! Not only are there letters to a future husband... There are also wonderful dream-chats with her future daughter (really fun scenes causing much lack of sleep :) --------------------------------------------------------------------------- When Sophie is a little girl she hopes for nothing more than marrying her father. Insisting that he is already married and therefore cannot marry her he gives her a book... A book where she is suppose to write letters to her future husband. And as she writes her letters her life goes on... Until one day... She realizes she is writing to the wrong man. Follow Sophie as she discovers the greatest story of all... Her story... Of love and laughter and ... family! A FANTASTIC BOOK! Absolutely adored this one!
lilacqueen75 More than 1 year ago
Sophie isn't perfect, but really...who is? She's tall and has big feet, which, according to her mother, will make it hard to get a husband. At her father's urging, she began writing letters to her future husband as a young age, so she could learn what she wanted. There are times when she thinks she knows, but she really doesn't know as much as she thinks. Sophie's adventures take her to Italy with friends, where she runs into her old childhood crush, Hanno. Her eyes were definitely opened in that situation, which led her to meet his roommate, Peter. Bizarre and hilarious situations followed. I was rolling my eyes and laughing at loud in parts, which was a lot of fun. I loved the way Sophie could imagine what others would say--the voices in her head; I loved the way she could be herself, hairy big toes and all; and I loved the way she follows after her dream and her heart. Fast forward ten years... Sophie is home for Christmas and discovers that Hanno is getting married. When she goes to the wedding, who should appear, but Peter. Sophie has a boyfriend, but Peter is such a good friend. I loved that Peter has the ability to bring out the good in so many people. He's a really great guy! There are so many fun, quirky characters and also some I had to hate. Sophie learns that some people aren't worth having in her life and others mean well, even it they're a little abrasive and are an important part of her life. There was a little situation that was interesting and a little strange--Sophie is able to see and communicate with her future child. At first, I wasn't sold on that aspect, but it worked for the story. Content: Clean romance (hint of current and prior hookups, but only kissing is mentioned); no language; no violence; mild religion (talk of LDS missions, baptism, scriptures--but only casual references, no preaching) *I received a copy in exchange for an honest review*
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is an incredibly sweet/funny/romantic book.   I found myself laughing many times out loud.