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    another realistic and compelling tale

    Having read and been fully captivated by the first book in the Letter Series. The Last Letter, I have been eagerly awaiting this second book and couldn't wait to jump in. If you haven't read the first book don't worry as it can be easily read on its own as the author refers back to previous events, BUT in all honesty you will be missing such a touching story, the heart of what they have gone through whilst also getting to know the captivating Arthur family even more. This is a story of love, hope, regret, forgiveness and realizing not everything is as you believe it is. The story follows a mother's love for her children, her despair at not being together and the hardships they have all faced whilst being separated. Jeanie Arthur is a character that reaches out to me from the pages and literally pulls away at my heart while reading her story, I could follow her journey of obstacles and how she overcomes them all day long. The time period is 1890's when status and titles were completely different from today's world. Now finding herself divorced from her addict & two timing husband, the world is massively different in how she is treated, penniless and unable to look after her two eldest children she makes the heart wrenching sacrifice to let them go and serve other families in the hope that they one day they will find a better life. You will follow Jeannie, her daughter Katherine and son Tommy's determined story as they each tell their own tale after being ripped apart from one another throughout the book as it swaps between them as you read. Unfortunately for both Katherine and Tommy their life wasn't what their mother hoped and they both had to endure the harshness of the times they found themselves in. Will they finally be reunited? I've got to admit I was constantly apprehensive whilst reading on, anticipating what could go wrong for them, holding my breath as I read. This was another realistic and compelling tale from a truly magnificent author, I am sooooo hanging on for more of the Arthur family's story, following on from where it left, hoping that it won't be too long.
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    A Must-Read!

    If you have read the first part of the Love Letter series, then you will surely love this second book :) While it may be read independently of the first one, it is still better to have read the books in the series simultaneously. I love how the character of Katherine evolved. It amazes me how she was able to find a better understanding of everything that her mother went through. I felt happy knowing that something inside her started to let loose.. I will recommend this book for everyone. It deserves a 5-star rating.
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    The Road Home Book 2 The Love Letters

    I’m a fan of fiction and Kathleen Shoop’s The Road Home has taken me on a journey to and fro through the Arthur family’s lives, helping me to discover the choices made and the outcome of those choices. The die has been cast, will the family find their way home after years apart and all that life has cast their way. No matter the outcome, they realize that forgiveness is truly the way home. -LeahSay’s Views I received a copy of The Road Home for review through Beck Valley Book Tours, although all opinions are solely my own.*
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