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Letters from Home by Kristina McMorris

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Also by Kristina McMorris:

Letters from Home, January 2021
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The Pieces We Keep, April 2020
Paperback / e-Book / audiobook (reprint)
Bridge of Scarlet Leaves, July 2019
Paperback
Sold on a Monday, September 2018
Trade Size / e-Book
The Edge of Lost, December 2015
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The Pieces We Keep, December 2013
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Bridge of Scarlet Leaves, March 2012
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Letters From Home, March 2011
Trade Size / e-Book

Letters from Home
Kristina McMorris

Kensington
January 2021
On Sale: December 29, 2020
384 pages
ISBN: 1496733886
EAN: 9781496733887
Kindle: B004IWR3RO
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Women's Fiction Historical | Romance Historical

Inspired by her grandparents' WWII courtship letters, New York Times bestselling author Kristina McMorris delivers a moving tale of friendship, family, and the twists of fate that change us forever...

It's 1944, and although foreign battles are escalating, the war seems distant in every way to sensible college student Liz Stephens. That is, until her chance encounter with charming infantryman Morgan McClain at a USO dance in Chicago. Their deep connection feels mutual to Liz, but to her dismay, her bombshell roommate, Betty, is the one who promises to write the deploying soldier.

Singer Betty Cordell delights in the prospect of a dashing serviceman filling her life with adventure, marital bliss, and societal circles outranking her modest roots. It only makes sense for her to beg Liz for help penning an eloquent letter to Morgan, now bound for a dangerous front. After all, she's certain the beauty of Liz's ghostwritten prose would ensure a courtship as enviable as their roommate Julia's relationship with her beloved sailor--and Betty is right, though not how she foresees.

Likewise, Julia Renard's betrothal is more complicated than it appears. When tempting opportunities arise, the future she always envisioned as a devoted wife and mother risks derailment. And yet, as the Allies edge toward victory, every person--through heart-wrenching choices and life-altering letters--will discover within themselves profound courage, bittersweet hope, and the true meaning of home . . .

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