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  • Super Ugly Cry

    I've attempted to write this review so many times and just haven't been able to find the words. I also had to come back to my rating. Initially it was 5 stars because, while I was heartbroken, it was beautifully written and kept me glued to the story. But as the days went on, and the more I thought about it, I had to drop a star. I'm used to angst from this author. All of the books I've read by her are pretty angsty but this book is on a whole other level. There are a lot of heartbreaking events in this story. There's a lot of loss. It made it read more like women's fiction than romance. There was one event toward the end of the story (that I won't spoil for anyone else) that is what ultimately made me drop the star. It felt like gratuitous heartbreak. It didn't, for me, add anything to this story other than let's punch the reader in the gut. Other than that one thing, I loved this book. The letters, the strength, the growth: it was all so amazing. I was immediately connected to all of these characters and I wanted everything to work out for them. There were parts that were light and funny and helped balance the incredible amount of angst in this story. *this is my voluntary review of an advanced reader copy*

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  • An amazing story that is a must read.

    Okay, so this is going to be a different type of review because I’m trying to process everything that I read and come to terms with all of it. First, The Last Letter is an amazing story that is a must read. Now, I would normally describe the story but I’m going to let the blurb speak for itself and talk about the writing. The writing was heart wrenching and soul grabbing. The Last Letter is full of a beautiful words that will have you feeling love, anger, heartbreak, strength and grace. I am so very thankful that I was fortunate to read this beautiful story.

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  • Raw and powerful!

    So, from the synopsis, you already can tell that this book by Rebecca Yarros is one epic emotional read. Being one that does not cry or get too emotionally while reading, my blogger friends were waiting to see if I was in fact human and not a robot. I am proud to report that I am human. There was so many raw moments throughout the story and you get a massive punch that will utterly gut you. The beautiful thing about The Last Letter is you get more than just a romance story. You get a real life feel to the trials and tribulations that Elle goes through. I could not fathom the strength that Elle has. She is a warrior momma. She is a fighter. But then you have Beckett. Fulfilling the wish of his best friend, how he just wedges himself so seamlessly into Elle’s life that he lifts such a burden off of her shoulders. I absolutely adored their connection as well. It is more than physical, but also on that emotional level as well. They mend each other in so many ways. As a whole, this is one of the most absolutely stunning books I have read in my whole life. It gives you everything and so much more. Finding love when you least expect it, the twists that get tossed at Elle, the fierce love and protectiveness that Beckett has over Elle and her twins. There is love, life, laughter, self discovery and everything wrapped up in this heartbreaking yet so full of hope and living life to the fullest! I have adored Yarros’s words for years but this book is just absolutely everything. Please pick this book up, you may hate me and love me at the same time for this one!

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  • The Last Letter, a epic story

    The Last Letter by Rebecca Yarros is a gripping standalone. I recommend go into this book blind, don't read the blurb or an spoiler-ish review, just pick it up and start reading. It's so worth reading. Meet Beckett Gentry. He's special ops and has no family. His best friend Ryan convinces him to take his little sister as pen pal. Ella MacKenzie is a single mom, owner of a B&B and works hard to make ends meet. Beckett becomes her sounding board and somehow the two fall in love through their letters. But what she doesn't know, yet, she's in for the fight of her life. And Chaos - aka Beckett - the broken wonderful soul stands by her side through thick and pretty much thin. The hits keep coming and somehow Ella has never the time to take a breather. The Last Letter is a intense, gutting, heartwrenching read that had me in tears more than one time. It's an ugly cry story that put me in an emotional rollercoaster, whirled me around and then spit me out. The writing is excellent and the story is addicting. I read the book,cover to cover in one sitting. I simply could't put it down. My heart was aching for the characters and I wished for a beautiful and well deserved HEA. I highly, highly recommend the book and wish I could give more than 5 stars.

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  • Rated 4.5 Stars

    The Last Letter is an emotional rollercoaster. It's beautiful too and heartbreaking. This story broke me into so many pieces that I won't ever be the same again but I don't regret this experience at all even though it brought me to tears. I know that this journey that these characters went on and the characters themselves will live within me forever. I highly recommend this to those who love emotion heavy stories with a side of my fave trope, best friend's younger sister. Be warned that you will no be the same after reading this book.

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