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#MarchIntoThe70s I love epistolary novels because they tend to feel very intimate and personal. This book uses letters, photographs & diary entries to chronicle the years that separate newlyweds Lt. Allen Forrester & his younger bride Sophie. There is a true sense of #WishYouWereHere as you turn the pages of this lush evocative story. Beautiful and illuminating. Loved it❣️❣️❣️❣️❣️

Lizpixie Great start to the month lovely!❤️❤️❤️ 11mo
TrishB I have this on the pile as you obviously love it ❤️ 11mo
JennyM That sounds a great read #stacked #anotheronebecauseofcindy 😘 11mo
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Cathythoughts Beautiful 11mo
Cinfhen I hate to rave about a book because I feel like maybe I‘ve raised your expectations too high BUT you guys @Lizpixie @TrishB @JennyM @Cathythoughts I REALLY LOVED this book 💕💕💕💕💕 11mo
Cinfhen I also think this needs to be read and a physical copy would be better than an Ebook or audio 11mo
TrishB I have a physical copy 😁 11mo
Cathythoughts Oh I see it‘s the author of author of Snow Child too ♥️❄️❄️ 11mo
RachelO I loved this one too - and actually I‘d forgotten the Snow Child was the same author @Cathythoughts - I must get to that soon (though I think you weren‘t so fussed on that, Cindy?) 11mo
Cinfhen You‘re right @RachelO I was not a fan of Snow Child ~ so glad I read this book first or else I might have skipped it. 11mo
Redwritinghood Wonderful book! 💕💕 11mo
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