A short story sequel to the novella, Journey to Love. Can be read as a stand-alone.
Edward Dixon is convinced that life is cruel, and he is not willing for anything to change his mind from that. A letter from his sister, Marie, reveals that she views life otherwise.
Will her letter, filled with love and forgiveness, make a difference in Edward’s life? Or will he stubbornly refuse to change before it’s too late?
What I Loved: Letter of Love was a sequel that I had hoped would come. It is the follow-up story about Marie’s distant brother, Edward. Tero managed to bring a happy ending to an unhappy life. I appreciate the way she kept the circumstances real and the gospel at the center of it all. Journey of Love and Letter of Love were both delightful stories.
Rating and Recommendation: I’m giving Letter of Love 5 stars and recommend it to anyone who loves Christian Historic Fiction or Christian short stories.
~ I received a copy from the author in exchange for my honest review. All thoughts are my own.