The Love LetterBy Rachel Hauck
Rachel Hauck. She’s absolutely amazing as an Author. I cannot even begin to describe the feelings that her books invoke as you read through them.
Time flashes back to one place and yet you’re still here in the modern world. Two stories mingle to create one. Viewpoints and feelings mix to provide a world of intrigue, love and romance that you’d never believe.
The Love Letter is Rachel’s newest release and having read a few of her previous books, I knew I did not want to miss this one. It has not disappointed. True to her style, Rachel’s words create a world that shares a story that is heartwarming and loving all the same.
The Love Letter features my home state of South Carolina. It centers around the Battle at Cowpens and the American Revolution and shares the story of Hamilton Lightfoot and Esther Kingsley, who’s love was shattered by the threat of war. Esther has to choose between loyalty to her Father and loyalty to her heart, and her love for Hamilton despite the beliefs of her family as Tory’s. Will her Father forgive her and her heart’s love for a traitor?
Jesse Gate had no clue his life was going to take off like it has when he shared the story of his Colonial ancestor, Hamilton Lightfoot and the Love Letter written in the midst of a raging battle so many years before. Jesse’s life has been mediocre until now and finally all of his dreams were coming to light. Perhaps his family could find forgiveness for his past in the light of his future but the leading lady left him questioning life in so many ways.
The prodigal child of amazing Hollywood parents, Chloe Daschle’s fame wasn’t all she had hoped for. She really needed this lead role of Esther to break out of her “death” rut in acting before she became known for her dying roles. All her hopes and dreams laid on the line with this one role. Could she convince everyone that this was her breakout from the past and that she was made to Star as Esther? Or is she doomed to be the failure she believes herself to be?
This book unfolds in a way that really keeps you on your toes. The scenes are beautifully written and the storyline equally so. I’ve fallen in love with another of Rachel’s wonderful books and I’m anxiously anticipating the next.
The Love Letter is available online and in retailers as well.
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