Tuesday, August 29, 2023

Review: Letters from My Sister by Valerie Fraser Luesse



Two Sisters. One Single Event. A Family Changed Forever.

At the turn of the twentieth century, sisters Emmy and Callie Bullock are living a privileged life as the only daughters of a wealthy Alabama cotton farmer when their well-ordered household gets turned upside down by the arrival of Lily McGee. Arrestingly beautiful, Lily quickly--and innocently--draws the wrong kind of attention. Meanwhile, Callie meets a man who offers her the freedom to abandon social constraints and discover her truest self.

After Lily has a baby, Callie witnesses something she was never meant to see--or did she? Her memory is a haze, just an image in her mind of Emmy standing on a darkened riverbank and cradling Lily's missing baby girl. Only when the sisters are separated does the truth slowly come to light through their letters--including a revelation that will shape the rest of Callie's life.

Bestselling author Valerie Fraser Luesse weaves a complex and suspenseful tale dripping with intrigue, romance, and Southern charm.

My Review: 

I have enjoyed previously released books from the talented author, Valerie Fraser Luesse and was ready to get my hands on her newest, Letters from My Sister. I thought it was a pretty good read. I was intrigued in reading in this and had to continue on turning the pages to find out what would be revealed in the end. I loved it.

I am giving Letters from My Sister a very well deserved five plus stars. I believe readers who enjoy clean historical fiction will not want to miss out reading this one. I am interested to see what other releases Valerie Fraser Luesse has in store for her fans in the future.

I received a paperback copy of Valeria Fraser Luesse’s Letters from My Sister from the publisher, but was not required to write a positive review. This review is one hundred percent my own honest opinion.

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