Dec 312009
 

Writing his Alex Cross series brilliantly, filled with mystery, murder and racy detectives made it almost impossible to imagine this skillful writer taking on a romantic story of loss and love. Patterson blew my assumptions away with the first compelling chapter and kept me riveted until the very end.

The only novel I almost cried for as the ending connected with me on such an emotional level as I held my first born close. I won’t give away the ending but I will admit that Jennifer’s methods pulled at my heart strings as I am doing much the same in my life.

To connect with a fictional character and their grandmother and walk away wanting to follow in their footsteps is something not many authors can make me do. Patterson did it with Sam’s Letters to Jennifer and was such a different type of novel that made me respect his writing ability so much more.

A must read for any romance or Patterson fan if only to take away the talent of one writer.

Thanks for reading,

Sarah Butland

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