Letters are magic, don't you think?
You could be anyone. I could be anyone.
And then, suddenly, we're more than anyone.
When Abigail Trent agreed to write a letter to a soldier deployed overseas, she expected it to be a fleeting exchange. A friendly back-and-forth that ended barely after it began. She didn't expect Theodore LaRoux.
It isn't strange that writing feels so good. It's right.
Here's my secret: I like making you feel good...
Abby didn't expect Roux to be a living fantasy, either--sexy, smart and strong enough to star in every one of her dreams. So, was it any wonder that when he asked for a photo, she sent one that would star in his dreams? The fact that it was a picture of someone else wouldn't be a problem. After all, it's not like they'd ever meet...right?
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Loved this novella! Sweet, funny... everything you could ask for in a romance.
This cannot be a debut book! What an incredible little gem this was. There were so many feels from the very first word until the last as Ms. Stark places her readers into the very heart of her characters. I fell in love with Roux the minute he saw that letter on his cot and would’ve tossed it away but chose instead to open it. His reactions both physically and emotionally to each letter or package that was delivered only increased my connection to him. He’s a hardened warrior who has been alone for too long, living for his job when Abby unexpectedly enters his life. I don’t claim “book boyfriends” but if ever I did, Theodore LaRoux would be at the top. In contrast to Roux’s strength and determination, Abby is soft and sweet. Lonely in her own way, she suffers from self-image issues. Despite the differences between them, and as hard as she tries to keep Roux away, she cannot help but yield to the call of her loupe. This was a beautiful read and ended way too soon for my liking. (One could never have enough Roux.) I did feel that the story was lost some once these two got together physically, but I believe that’s because there was so much magic in the letters. Dual POV Safe No Triggers