Saturday, July 20, 2013
The Letter by Sandra Owens
Seriously, The Letter is a heart-wrenching story about two lovers who lost so much because a sadist relative. There is no other way of saying Leo Standish was an evil man who manipulated his cousin to believing the woman he loved betrayed him.
Eleven years pass when Michael Jeffres, Earl of Daventry learns the awful truth of what his cousin had done to Diana. Michael doesn't really know the full extent of what his cousin had done until Diana starts to reveal what happen over the years.
Diana use to be this vibrant young woman who was about to have the most magical life, until her life was torn apart by Leo machination. Emotionally broken down by Leo's sadist attitude, Diana started to believe that no man would ever want her.
When I started The Letter, I had tears streaming down my face by the hurt Leo had inflicted on these two people, because he was jealous of Michael. Ms. Owens has the talent to write a compelling story of heart-break and deceit. Truly amazing story, I could not put down and had the need to finish. I felt the gamut of emotion as I read the story. I was crying at the heart-breaking parts and laughing at the endearing.
Here's the bottom line: AMAZING! Totally worth the sleep I had lost over this story. I absolutely love it and look forward to reading other works by Ms. Owen. So, if you are looking for an amazing story of heart-break, deceit, and forgiveness, you might want to read The Letter.
Copy provided by ABG Reads Book Tour