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A Letter for Annie

3.72 of 5 stars 3.72  ·  rating details  ·  29 ratings  ·  5 reviews
The last time Annie Greer saw Eden Bay was in her rearview mirror. And she'd keep it that way if not for the SOS from the only family she has. While she may have come home, she has no intention of reconnecting with the town that thinks the worst of her.
Too bad fate has different plans--namely Kyle Becker. Despite her attempts to avoid him, the attraction between them grow
ebook, Harlequin SuperRomance #1555, 256 pages
Published April 2009 by Harlequin Special Releases (first published January 1st 2009)
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Precious of The Flipping Bookworm
I am so surprised with this novel. I never knew that I would be teary eyed the whole time I was reading half of this novel. It just turned on some memories of mine. It seems that I can relate in such a way. All I can say is that is WOWed me in so many ways. Stirring up emotions from the past can be really painful yet relieving in so many ways.

Annie left Eden Bay, her friends, family and most especially Pete, her boyfriend because of some unsaid and heavy reasons. After so many years, she came ba
Feb 28, 2012 Kay rated it 3 of 5 stars
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3 Stars! ~Ten years ago something horrible had happened that had forced Annie Greer to flee her home town, leaving behind a Dear John letter for her boyfriend. Pete had tried eveything he could to find her, and he never gave up on his love for her right up until the sniper bullet took his life while he toured in Afghanistan. Kyle Becker holds a deep guilt for not being able to protect Pete from the sniper, and he hates Annie for how she tore Pete's heart. Annie's returned to Eden Bay to spend t ...more
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Misha Crews
This is a sweet story based around an eternal theme: Hiding a terrible secret, a young woman returns to the town that she ran away from years earlier. As Annie cares for her dying aunt -- the only family she has left in the world -- she reconnects with an old friend/new love and finds forgiveness from the people she left behind. A tale filled with love, redemption, and second chances.
Lavada Dee
Be sure to have some tissues for this one. Highly emotional. A great read that you'll have a hard time putting down
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