The Letter

The Letter Review

Sometimes life offers second chances …

Madeline Stuart, a St. Louis-based accountant, has sworn off relationships. Reeling from a breakup with her long-term boyfriend and her mother’s recent death, she’s determined to avoid personal entanglements of any kind.

Deserted by his big-city girlfriend because he’s a “country bumpkin”, Gil Amaud, a business owner in Comfort Crossing, Mississippi, has sworn off women.

Madeline’s curiosity is piqued when she finds an old letter hidden in her grandmother’s antique writing desk addressed to Josephine Amaud in Comfort Crossing. With Gil’s help, she tracks Josephine down and learns the letter is from her first beau, who disappeared suddenly many years ago.
While they search for Josephine’s lost love, both Gil and Madeline try to deny the attraction developing between them.

Can a big-city woman and a small-town businessman help to reunite the star-crossed lovers? And can they find a way to put aside their differences to build a future together in this sweet, heartwarming tale of love and forgiveness?

Maybe, just maybe, a second chance is all they really need.

Title:The Letter
Edition Language:English

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    The Letter Reviews

  • Pam

    The Letter: Comfort Crossing Book 3 is by Kay Correll. It is the story of long lost loves and reconciliation and acceptance of death. Madeline Stuart jerked on the drawer of her Mother’s antique wri...

  • Karen

    I needed a light book with happy endings and this one was the perfect book at the perfect time....

  • Sue

    2.5 just didn't hold the magic for me ended up skimming it. The writing was fine, but pulling out the Ex causing trouble again was annoying. I dislike repeats in a series....

  • Julie Thompson

    Plot - the plot was ok if a bit cheesy. It almost read like a Christian romance up until they main characters have a one night stand. The problem I had was this: I absolutely HATE books that devote ha...

  • SylviaV

    The Letter (Comfort Crossing #3) by Kay Correll A nice predictable romance story with a happy ending, with a little mystery thrown in. Nothing much memorable and has been done numerous times before. Y...

  • Vikki

    Book 3: The Letter, Comfort Crossing SeriesA mysterious letter discovered in a an inherited antique desk leads young Madeline to Comfort Crossing in hopes of finding the individual to whom the letter ...

  • Gloria ~ mzglorybe

    3.5 rating. -- Better than average.The Letter is book 3 in a series entitled Comfort Crossing by Kay Correll. I have read the first two and enjoyed them very much and it has brought me comfort to read...

  • Cindy Cooke

    Another sweet romance by a great authorKay Correll has a way with words. You can see it in the descriptive scenes, hear it in the flirty conversations, and read it in the backsrories she intermingles ...

  • Susan Trainor

    SunshineI go back and books in a series! Like this one! Such an amazing start of Madeline findings letter. So glad her boss told her take time off since losing her mom and boyfriend in the same breath...

  • Sherry Holder

    The magic of Comfort Crossing is always evident. Maddy and Gil are opposites, but somehow their relationship makes sense. It's a new beginning for two people not looking for love, yet they click. Coin...