The Letter

Rated 4.50/5 based on 3 reviews
The Letter is the first book in the Forever Novella series. This series tells the stories of the secondary characters of the Women of Prayer series. The Letter tells the tale of a broken father daughter relationship and how communication can bring healing when the heart is willing. This novella is a companion to Until Forever, Darlene Shortridge’s full-length debut novel.

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Published by 40 Day Press
Words: 31,010
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301863822
About Darlene Shortridge

-Darlene Shortridge is the bestselling author of numerous contemporary Christian novels.
-She is a sought after speaker for women’s ministries, retreats, schools, writer’s groups and can often be found mentoring other authors online as well as through her consulting business.
-Darlene loves to share knowledge (sometimes a little too much) and takes joy from seeing others succeed, whether professionally or personally.
-She is the co-author and co-owner with her husband of 40 Day Publishing and selfpub101.com (an online self-publishing school).
-Darlene enjoys scrapbooking, volunteering at her church, and traveling. She loves to cook for her husband (who loves to eat) and entertaining friends and family.
-Vist her at DarleneShortridge.com as well as your favorite social media site.

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Reviews

Review by: angel smith on May 03, 2013 :
Good book.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Janet Deniz on Jan. 17, 2013 : (no rating)
Things that define a great book to me:

Tears, Laughter, feeling like you are a part of the family, surprises.

And every child deserves another day with those they love, if only to hear the
words ‘I love you’ once more.”

This book was about love. Jessi, was raised by her aunt and uncle. This is the story of her going back home (with her family) for her dad's funeral and her mom sharing her dad's story. Jessi never felt like her dad loved her and through chapters written by her dad as he was a young man, became a husband, businessman, etc we learned how much James did love her.

Although a novella I savored this book because I didn't want it end. I felt connected to James , Will, Jessi.

Well done Darlene, well done.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Elaine Littau on Jan. 13, 2013 :
The Letter by author, Darlene Shortridge is a smart as well as heart wrenching tale. We all know people who reselble the characters in this story. It shows that there is always more to people than what you see at the surface. This is a great read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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