Monday, July 8, 2019

Review: Yours Truly, Thomas by:Rachel Fordham

 Yours Truly, Thomas
**Disclosure**This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the publisher. All opinions are my own.

About the Book:
For three years, Penny Ercanbeck has been opening other people's mail. Dead ends are a reality for clerks at the Dead Letter Office. Still she dreams of something more--a bit of intrigue, a taste of romance, or at least a touch less loneliness. When a letter from a brokenhearted man to his one true love falls into her hands, Penny seizes this chance to do something heroic. It becomes her mission to place this lost letter into the hands of its intended recipient.

Thomas left his former life with no intention of ending up in Azure Springs, Iowa. He certainly didn't expect a happy ending after what he had done. All he wanted to do was run and never look back. In a moment of desperation, he began to write, never really expecting a reply.

When Penny's undertaking leads her to the intriguing man who touched her soul with his words, everything grows more complicated. She wants to find the rightful owner of the letter and yet she finds herself caring--perhaps too much--for the one who wrote it.

My Review:
 For women during wars of long ago, I'm sure there were many times they felt helpless. So in an effort to feel like they were helping our troops and our country, they would seek to good somewhere whether it was a job helping in the war effort or organizing something to benefit the troops in some way.

 For Penny Ercanbeck, it was working at the dead letter office.  A dead letter office (DLO) by definition is a facility within a postal system where undeliverable mail is processed. Mail is considered to be undeliverable when the address is invalid so it cannot be delivered to addressee, and there is no return address so it cannot be returned to the sender.

 So Penny, decides after receiving Thomas Connor's letter at her job she felt it her mission to make sure his letters are received by his one true love. But soon, Penny is in over her head when her feelings of just a friendly gesture turn into something more for the author of the letters.

 A great love story no matter how you cut it.

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