About the novella:Jane Martin is intelligent but extremely shy, especially around men. When the Aid and Cultural Society proposes a letter-writing program, Jane signs up, hoping she can find a friend across the miles. But the program doesn’t run as smoothly as expected.
Unbeknownst to her, Thomas Allred from town becomes her writing friend. Thomas has always known quiet Jane—or thought he did—but reading her letters addressed to his secret persona opens his eyes to what an amazing woman she is. Meanwhile, Jane has no idea that the romantic letters she receives are penned by Thomas—or that he’s falling in love with her in person.
My review: I love how some of these novellas from the Timeless Romance Collections are being released as stand alone novellas. This is a cute one and well worth the time to read it again. I read it in less than an hour and loved the little escape from real life it allowed me.
I love Jane. She's always been the least popular one, both with the boys and with all of the girls that she's known since she was a young girl growing up in Provo. I love the way that she doesn't recognize that she's grown into a beautiful young woman and I loved that Thomas hadn't either until he took it upon himself to become her letter friend. That was a really fun part of the plot. Thomas falling in love with her letter by letter and Jane feeling more and more guilt about spending time with Thomas.
This is a cute novella that I enjoyed reading!
I was sent an e-copy of this novella in exchange for an honest review.
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Labels: Annette Lyon, Novella