Letters from Home

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Harlequin, 2009 - Fiction - 218 pages
15 Reviews
Subject: Levi McPherson, Army Ranger.

Current status: Active duty.

Mission: Locate a sexy, unidentified correspondent. Conduct very private negotiations!

Obstacle: Natalie Rowland, longtime star of his X-rated dreams…

Levi McPherson's tour of duty has an unexpected benefit: anonymous red-hot love letters! Someone he knows is mailing the rugged soldier her very explicit fantasies. And he's loving every word.

On an unexpected leave home, he discovers his sexy secret admirer—Natalie Rowland, the longtime star of his own X-rated dreams!

But he's not letting Natalie know her cover's blown…yet. That way, the exquisite pleasure of fulfilling each and every one of her naughty ideas is all his—and hers….

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Review: Letters from Home (McPherson Brothers #1)

User Review  - Stephanie - Goodreads

Good quick read...liked the story. How about one for Adam and Winnie? Read full review

Review: Letters from Home (McPherson Brothers #1)

User Review  - Kathy - Goodreads

Setting: Baghdad, Iraq – soldier getting x rated / anonymous letters; Bethel Bay (backwater town north of Hilton Head, South Carolina) – her own designed beach front house, his family house, the shore ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Rhonda Nelson is a student at Southern New Hampshire University working towards her MA in Creative writing with a concentration in Fiction. She has been writing fiction of various genres since she was a teenager, however only has two shorts published on an adult fiction website. She grew up in the back woods state of Kentucky reading about hobbits, and vampires, Cimmerians, rabid dogs named Cujo, and Jedi, (if you know what all those are, you're as big a geek as she is) forever twisting her into her current, occasionally warped persona. She currently resides in PA with her boyfriend, step son, and pet rats she calls Dobby and Kreecher from the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling.

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