One Letter

ONE LETTER                                          CHRISTIN LOVELL
Posted: July 31, 2013


One LetterIt started with one letter.

Kellie Patrick sent one letter into the Middle East, to any soldier. Sergeant Daniel Rodriguez was the one who received it.

Three years and eighty-six letters later, Daniel is ready to meet the woman who got him through his last three tours of duty.

Three years and eighty-six letters later, plus size Kellie is nervous to meet the man who wrote his way into her heart. Could a sexy as sin soldier really want forever with a curvy Southern gal like her though?


MY REVIEW:

Kellie Patrick and Sergeant Daniel Rodriguez became pin pals if that is what you would like to call them for a lack of a better term. Daniel was a soldier in the Middle East. Kellie a young beautiful full figure woman who had just lost her job. She had free time and decided to volunteer to write letters to our soldiers who could use some cheering up while in a war zone. She didn’t want her letter to be the same old thing so she was able to be her joking self and she sent homemade goodies and pictures of her hometown. She was surprised when Daniel answered her back and complemented her on the wonderful goodies, telling her how he had to fight the platoon off from taking them all. So she and her friend Hannah made a whole lot more, enough for whole platoon with each letter she sent him back. They continue to write through good times and bad, friends, and foes. Come see where this relationship goes. This is a very short story not a whole lot of character development but still a sweet story. Gave it a three star. Cover A+

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