Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Book Review: Letters Of Love

Judy Kaye's Letters of Love is one of the sweetest books I've read in the Romance line in quite a long time.

The character's Chase Kincaid and Karen Matthew aren't young. Both are career minded adults and that makes the story more interesting. Its nice not to have a super young girl, and the older wiser man.

I really loved Chase's meddling kids and how they conspired to keep their father from being lonely. Karen's friend Molly, is just as bad, and her personal issues add a lot of laughter to this story in spots where things just weren't happening with Chase.

In fact, throughout the story, I found myself waiting for another guy to jump into the picture because Chase was taking his good ole time. The budding romance between those too took a lot longer than I would have liked.

The one thing that really made me pleased was how good of a father Chase was. He was willing to put just about everything aside, including his relationship with Karen for his kid's sake. That was admirable.

I also liked how sex was really downplayed in this story, and yet the two characters made it through their "courtship" without hopping into bed.

I read this one in a day and I enjoyed every page.


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