Life is all about the jigsaw, right? Finding the different puzzle pieces to complete your very own picture. A career you love, a house to make a home, a lover to complete you, and keep you warm at night.
Danielle Renton has a life, and she loves it. A recent law school graduate, she’d been floored when her boyfriend, Nate Lewis, enlisted during their sophomore year of college. At the time, she’d been concerned with what that meant for them as a couple, but in the years that followed, they’d learned to adapt to the logistics of an army relationship.
But when life throws her a curve ball, how will she cope? Can she pick up the pieces and make her picture beautiful again? Or does she realize that, sometimes, the pieces can be too broken to fit back together…
This is one of those books that gives you a warm glow in the beginning, then has you in pieces rocking in the corner and then towards the end your reading with tears dripping off your chin with a smile on your face because thank god there is a happy ending after all.
I love how Nate thought of Danielle’s future even when he knew he might not be there to share it with her, how he planned everything out to make sure she was taken care of and by who and that she would continue to live her life not give up on it.
Tanner was such a wonderful caring character he really made this book flow for me.
I found this book to really hit home because it was so true to life, ive heard about soldiers leaving letters for loved one after they have gone, so it gave this book so much more meaning i think, for me anyway.
Letters Home shows us life doesnt always go as you had it all planed, the high school sweetheart, get married and live happily ever after, some times its hard, painful and you want to give up, but its life and you only get one so you better take whats thrown at you, live it, love it to the fullest every day.