Review: Four Page Letter
Independently Published
December 2020
Contemporary Romance
REVIEWER: Brenda Larnell  RATING:  A
REVIEW:  How romantic is this! A love relationship that is sustained by four page letters. These are no ordinary letters, but letters that travel thousands of miles from between Chicago, Illinois and Busan, South Korea. Meet Eve Jacobs and Dale Huntsworth who meet at a pre-New Year’s Eve party.  When I say, meet, I am telling you that it was an instant attraction.

Eve and Dale waste no time in the “getting-to-know-you” stage. They leave the party together, and it’s on! That’s because their days together are numbered. Dale explains to Eve that he is off to pursue his dream of teaching overseas.  They both decide that what they have found in each other is worth sustaining in a long-distance relationship, and keeping in touch with each other through texts, FaceTime and, of course, four page letters. The letters work, but it is when they are in the same city, be it Chicago or Busan, that they face challenges to their relationship. Eve’s surprise visit to Busan is the topper. No spoilers. You’ll get it when you read the story.

The story flows well, and the minor characters do their part as they support the main characters and add a bit of intrigue to the storyline. I loved catching up with Eve’s cousin, Quinn, and her husband, Pax, from
HOPELESSLY EVER AFTER.  A New Year’s Eve party, four years after Eve and Dale first met, gives us an HEA that is everything! And the meaning of those feathers…my, my. Nice touch, Ms Seals!

I enjoyed reading this engaging and entertaining story. It’s a joy to read the stories in this series where each author presents their own take on this uniquely numbered series centered around New Year’s Eve. I recommend
FOUR PAGE LETTER for your reading pleasure.

4th January 2021 |