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  • A delightful book in a beautiful setting

    I really did enjoy this book! It has everything, humor, drama, lost love, adorable village and complex characters. Lettie Starcross is still grieving her great aunt’s death when she was fired from a job she didn’t much like anyway. She decides to go to the small village of Heaven’s Cove in Devon to find answers to her great aunt’s past. Away from her needy family, she finds herself in the quaint little village, complete with quirky characters and picturesque views. From the very beginning I was drawn into the story. The mystery of Great Aunt Iris’s key necklace, and her last words to Lettie telling her to “Go find out for me, darling girl.” She also finds a letter addressed to Iris sewn into the purses lining. Without a job, Lettie finds she has the time to go back to Iris’s childhood home and find out what happened to her that forced Iris to leave and never return. What Lettie didn’t expect was to be drawn into the village and find it to be charming, welcoming and full of unforgettable characters. This book was fun, sad, happy, charming, heartwarming, and emotional. I was rooting for all the characters and felt like I lived in Heaven’s Cove along with them all. This book pulled me in and made me feel for each of the characters and root for them all to find their own happiness. Long lost love, reconciliation, new love, and overcoming the past are all themes in this wonderful book. I highly recommend this book to everyone.

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  • Very good!

    A lovely read and an utter pleasure to be back to Heaven's Cove and meet again Rosie and Driftwood House. Being book two af a series, A Letter To The Last House Before The Sea is a stand-alone story, as it evolves mainly around new great characters and a new mistery about a past inhabitant to be solved. The story is set in Devon and the landscape descriptions are wonderful! For me it felt like being actually there, walking through the little street of the village and enjoying the amazing views. Liz Eeles definitely did it again! Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Beautiful and atmospheric

    We return to Heaven’s Cove and Driftwood House which I first met in ‘Secrets at the Last House Before the Sea‘, back in February, where we met Rosie who had returned to the seaside town after the death of her mother and had a fight to save her home from developers her ambition was to turn her mother’s ex-home into a B&B. This time we meet a newcomer to the area Lettie who is looking for answers as to why her recently deceased aunty left Heaven’s Cove in a hurry, but always held the place fond in her heart. She knows that her aunt used to live in Driftwood House at the start of the war and so she decides that staying there is where her journey should begin. But as she starts to ask questions about her aunt to the locals, most are too young to remember her, and those that do, don’t want to talk about her. Can she get anyone to open up to her and discover the secrets that are hidden in Heaven’s Cove? I adored the first book in the series with the sights, sounds, and smells of a small seaside village coming across strongly and the wonderful villagers who lived there, so I was eager to return. It was lovely to meet a new character in Lettie who was exceptionally close to her aunt and wants to find out more about her secretive life. Though her family is less understanding and thinks she should be at their beck and call all the time and come back home. I enjoyed meeting up with those that live in the village again to continue their stories. I especially was so happy to see Rosie again and her boyfriend Liam. This is a book that is pure escapism. It takes you to a place where you can only dream of visiting. Even though it is the second in a series I feel it would work well as a standalone, as not much of the story crosses over, though personally I always believe starting at the beginning is best as it helps you to connect better with the characters. A Letter to the Last House Before the Sea is a story of friendship, letting go of the past, finding happiness, and self-discovery. It is an inviting and atmospheric read that held me captive the whole way through.

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  • Exceedingly Good!

    Having read two books from Liz Eeles' Cozy Kettle series, and also Secrets at the Last House Before the Sea, the first novel in her Heaven's Cove series, I was super excited when I saw she had written this one, A Letter to the Last House Before the Sea. London-based Lettie Starcross is in the seaside village of Heaven's Cove, Devon staying at Driftwood House which is now a cosy B&B. She has no job and is at a crossroads in her life. She has come to Heaven's Cove to remember her much loved Great Aunt Iris and to find the answers to her wonderings about Iris's past. Lettie has with her an unsigned letter on paper turned yellow with age and a little gold key. She meets Corey, a local fisherman in her local pub, The Smugglers Haunt, and then she encounters Corey's grandma... Liz Eeles' characterisation in this novel is as strong as in her previous ones. Lettie was sweet and very determined in her keenness to find out about her great aunt. Handsome Corey was rather enigmatic and I was delighted to be reacquainted with Rosie and Liam again. The plethora of secondary characters was certainly a mixed bag, including the proud and lonely Claude and Lottie's needy family. The author captured the typical village lifestyle perfectly and I loved the beautiful descriptions of the seaside locale. A Letter to the Last House Before the Sea is a lovely story eliciting plenty of smiles, titters and sadness. I received a complimentary copy of this novel at my request from Bookouture via NetGalley. This review is my own unbiased opinion.

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  • A letter to the last house before th

    Great read Love the characters. Love spending time with them along the quant village by the sea . Perfect summer beach read ..

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