Letter of Love by Amanda Tero
An Orphan Journeys Short Story
Like Journey to Love (you can find my review on Reveries Reviews. Check it out; it’s a fantastic story! And I’m not just saying that; it’s inspiring!), Letter of Love was a nice story that I really enjoyed, despite it not being exactly what I expected – it was very sad!
Despite its shortness, the plot was well-rounded and well-written. I got a full sense of what was going on. I also got a good sense of the setting.
I didn’t know any of the characters from previous novels except Edward, and even him I didn’t know much about, but I got a full sense of who they were … it’s amazing how well-developed they were!
Although I’d advice reading Journey to Love before you read Letter of Love as it adds background to the story, Letter of Love can definitely stand by itself if need be. The two novels compliment each other well, giving each other depth not previously felt, but yet they don’t rely on each other.
A surprising but inspirational novel, Letter of Love is definitely worth the read! Pick up a free copy today or tomorrow on Amazon!
1/5. It’s perfectly clean. There is some description of sickness and poverty … but it didn’t disturb me in the least. It wasn’t detailed at all.
4.5/5 stars. Not my favorite plotline (I know the author had to do it, but WHY?!!!), but it was still marvelous.
About the Author
Amanda Tero is a homeschool graduate who desires to provide God-honoring, family-friendly reading material.
She has enjoyed writing since before ten years old, but it has only been since 2013 that she began seriously pursuing writing again – starting with some short stories that she wrote for her sisters as a gift.
Her mom encouraged her to try selling the stories she published, and since then, she has begun actively writing short stories, novellas, and novels. If something she has written draws an individual into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ, it is worth it!
“Trust in the Lord with all thine heart, and lean not unto thine own understanding.” (Proverbs 3:5)