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1.0 out of 5 stars
Let down, 7 May 2012
Fiona Walker has been one of my favorite authors for many years and so I was eagerly awaiting this new offering. Her previous books have lovable characters and once you start reading you are unable to put the book down until the end.
The Love Letter has a main female character that you feel very little affection for and just want to shout 'grow up, grow a backbone, and sort yourself out!' As she is so weak, it makes the relationship with the lovely Jamie unbelievable.
The book was also riddled with typo's, missing words and at one point 2 of the male characters were mixed up (states Francis has taken a horse to the quarry in Ireland, when it should say Jamie). I think you should expect a few mistakes in a book, but this was ridiculous and really affected the read.
So to sum it up, I am gutted that one of my favorite authors has managed to change my opinion of her with this weak and unprofessional book. Let's hope the next one is better and she doesn't try to resurrect the awful characters from this book.