Love Letters: A Novel

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Macmillan, Jan 18, 2011 - Fiction - 400 pages
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When her bookshop closes its doors, Laura agrees to help organize a literary festival. Her initial excitement is followed by panic when she realizes that an innocent mistake has led the festival committee to believe that she is a personal friend of the reclusive writer Dermot Flynn. Even though Laura has been infatuated with Dermot since her college days, traveling to Ireland to persuade him to come out of hiding is not what she had in mind. Nevertheless, she sets off to charm her literary hero into headlining the festival. Unfortunately, Dermot is maddening, temperamental, and up to his ears in a nasty case of writer's block. But he's also infuriatingly attractive....
With all the warmth and wit that have made Katie Fforde's novels huge bestsellers in the U.K., Love Letters is an irresistible tale of love and literature and the quest for a happy ending.

 

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Contents

Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
16
Chapter Three
29
Chapter Four
47
Chapter Five
69
Chapter Six
89
Chapter Seven
104
Chapter Eight
123
Chapter Fourteen
222
Chapter Fifteen
238
Chapter Sixteen
244
Chapter Seventeen
260
Chapter Eighteen
278
Chapter Nineteen
293
Chapter Twenty
311
Chapter TwentyOne
323

Chapter Nine
140
Chapter Ten
159
Chapter Eleven
170
Chapter Twelve
185
Chapter Thirteen
208
Chapter TwentyTwo
329
Chapter TwentyThree
348
Chapter TwentyFour
365
Epilogue
383
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KATIE FFORDE, a London Times bestselling novelist, lives in Gloucestershire, England.

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