Due to my love for my Kindle and the fact that being a book blogger means I get sent an overwhelming number of books to review, I don’t get to the library very often any more. I miss browsing the shelves so my substitution is once a month I browse through Amazon Prime’s Free ebooks and pick one that looks like something I would like. A random title I know nothing about that has a cover that catches my eye.
Last month the title I choose was The Love Letter. The only thing I read of the book summary was “A sweet, contemporary romance. More than kisses, letters mingle souls.” (Have I mentioned I hate reading book summaries because most authors give away way to much of the plot in their summaries). Once again not having read the summary served me well. Had I read it I would have gone into this book with different expectations. Instead I was went in blind and the story unfolded without me guessing where it was headed. That really worked well for this book.
There was one character in this story I didn’t like at all until almost the end of the story. In fact I wished this character would just go away. I was impressed that by the end of the story the author was able to sway my opinion of this person.
This was a book I stayed up way too late reading because I didn’t want to put it down.