Amazon Buy Link: One Last Letter
A romantic hardened by reality…
Evelyn Lancaster turned her back on her love for ranch hand Jesse Greenwood when she was sixteen to pursue a career and marry into wealth that could save her father’s struggling ranch. Now twenty-three, she works hard to keep the property afloat, but no suitor has stirred her heart the way Jesse did. After her father falls ill, she needs all the help she can get to keep the ranch running.
A cowboy returning to what he left behind…
After making his fortune, a newly wealthy Jesse has returned home to see his younger sister married. Still smarting from Evelyn’s rejection, he finds the tables have turned, and now only his investment could save the ranch that he vowed to never step foot on again.
When he agrees to help her salvage her family legacy, they must overcome their pride and painful past to work together. As long-held emotions rekindle, Jesse pretends indifference, only to admit his true feelings in an unsigned letter left on Evelyn’s porch.
Evelyn finds the missive and writes back, beginning a furtive correspondence. She dares to hope her mystery admirer is Jesse, but then another man comes forward to claim the letters as his own. Will one last letter give them the courage to say yes to love on the wild Texas plains?
Review: 5 Romanticals
This book appealed to me right away after reading the description I knew I had to read it. I love the idea of farms and ranches and when there’s romance involved it makes it all the better. Western romances are one of my favorites.
Jesse a cowboy. He and his sister were abandoned by their mom. All Jesse wants is to live a good comfortable life with the woman he loves but he feels like it can’t be due to the fact that he is just a cowboy who does not come from a good background. The woman he loves is in a higher class.
Can he make something more of himself? Will the difference in backgrounds hold him back?
Evelyn a beautiful educated young woman. After her father fell ill she had to stand up and take responsibility and run the ranch. Her father wants her to marry but none of them came close to the love of her life.
Will she be able to keep the ranch successful? and will she be able to be with the man she loves?
You will have to read the book to find out 🙂 This book is about young love becoming true love.
This was a light-hearted love story with passion. The ending was sweet. I am looking forward to the next book Pema writes.
This book makes me think of all the relationships that weren’t possible because of different backgrounds. Back then it was a no no. I think about all the women and men that were in love but couldn’t do anything about it. Pema did a great job with this sweet love story. It was very well written and I really enjoyed the love letters.
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