A reader's greatest dream is the chance to meet that
all-time favorite author. Laura not only gets to meet him,
she gets to kiss him too. LOVE LETTERS stars a well-read,
anti-social book seller who by chance gets pushed
into helping orchestrate a literary festival at the Somerby
Estate in England.
A loner by nature, Laura must interact with new people. Try
as she might, being over-looked just isn't in the cards.
Books, authors, anything literary gets her talking
and soon she is the star of the first committee meeting.
Their multi-million dollar festival donor won't give any
money toward the festival unless she gets Dermot Flynn for
the event; a well-known literary genius who wrote his first
two award-winning novels at the age of 20. At a
disadvantage, Laura must travel to Ireland to find a man
who's been hiding from the world for 10 years. He won't
leave his home town, he hasn't written a new novel, and
Laura knows for sure that he won't come to England.
Set up for failure, Laura gets the shock of her life when
Dermot agrees to go. After an interesting, complicated
weekend interlude, Laura returns to England with no idea
what to tell the committee. The only pressing question is,
"will he actually show?" As it turns out, Dermot's inner
muse awakens with Laura's persistence, and he decides to
interfere with her life as the Literary Festival date grows
LOVE LETTERS is an extremely sweet, real, romance that would
make an amazing chick flick. It's actually the perfect
bathtub novel. Laura and Dermot's budding romance is cute
and something that many women can relate to. But, most of
all, you get to see how a shy woman in her late twenties
learns to open up and get what she deserves.
When her bookshop closes its doors, Laura agrees to help
organize a literary festival. Her initial excitement is
followed by panic when she realizes that an innocent
mistake has led the festival committee to believe that she
is a personal friend of the reclusive writer Dermot Flynn.
Even though Laura has been infatuated with Dermot since
her college days, traveling to Ireland to persuade him to
come out of hiding is not what she had in mind.
Nevertheless, she sets off to charm her literary hero into
headlining the festival. Unfortunately, Dermot is
maddening, temperamental, and up to his ears in a nasty
case of writer's block. But he's also infuriatingly