Letters to Lincoln by Tracie Podger

Throughout my life, there have been books that completely transform my brain from a complicated stressed-out pile of mush to a relaxed centered functioning piling of mush. I think this happens when I read a book as good as this one because it allows me the opportunity to step out of my shoes and into someone else’s. In order to do that though, a book has to have characters that I love and a setting that is descriptive enough so I can visualize it, but not be bogged down in every detail. This author did both of those and more. The plot was fabulously paced and never once left me dragging to the end. After I finished reading this my husband and I actually talked about what happened (want to know what happened- read the book). It is such a tragic story that it seems almost too impossible, but I know this kind of stuff happens. I cried when Dani went through it all. I loved the connection between her and Miller. And I longed to connect with Lincoln. I won’t forget this book anytime soon and I would give it six stars if I could.

 

What do you do when your husband dies unexpectedly?
You write him a letter, of course.
What do you do when someone answers that letter?

Dani was mid-thirties when she found herself alone and without her soulmate.
Coming to terms with her loss took all her strength and her voice.
If Dani thought she’d experienced the worst life could throw at her, she was wrong.
Lies, deceit, confusion surround her.
A stranger, a builder, and a priest comfort her.
Letters to Lincoln is a contemporary romance about overcoming loss, finding the strength to rebuild a life, and learning to forgive.

‘If you enjoyed A Virtual Affair by Tracie Podger, then you are going to love Letters to Lincoln’ – Reviewer

For readers over the age of 18.

 

 

Tracie Podger currently lives in Kent, UK with her husband and a rather obnoxious cat called George. She’s a Padi Scuba Diving Instructor with a passion for writing. Tracie has been fortunate to have dived some of the wonderful oceans of the world where she can indulge in another hobby, underwater photography. She like getting up close and personal with sharks.

Tracie writes in various genres, Contemporary Romance but likes to explore relationships that are not always easy and there isn’t always a happy ending, Romantic Suspense, Thriller, and Erotic Romance. She likes to have her books feel real with realistic timelines and with strong women who don’t run because the going gets tough. Sex is important between loving people, therefore all her books contain graphic scenes. However, the character’s relationship is more important.

If you would like to know more, please feel free to contact her, she would love to hear from you.

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10 comments

    1. 1 thing- it’s written by an English author and for the life of me I had no idea what she meant when she kept mentioning everyone put on a “jumper” when they were cold. Then I looked it up and it’s a word for a sweater. I felt silly.

      1. The difference between Americans and British English creeps in odd places right? Also if here we (Dubai, where we follow British English usually) call the shopping cart as trolley (you know the one at the grocery stores).

        1. I’ve come across this several times in books. It makes me wonder where all the words come from and who was the first person who called it something else.

  1. I don’t read much romance, but this sounds lovely. I’ll have to see if it is available at my library because it seems like the perfect cozy read! Oh, and I feel the same way about books, too. I’m not sure I’d be a very good functioning adult if I didn’t have books to help me relax.

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