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by Suzanne Brockmann

Genre: Series, Silhouette Intimate Moments, Previously Published Series Imprints

2003 Best Silhouette Intimate Moments Nominee

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T. Jackson Winchester II has just waltzed back into the life of newly divorced Kelly O'Brien. She'd loved him as a young girl, given her heart to him in her teens and believed him when he said he would come for her when she turned 18. When he didn't, she was crushed. What Kelly didn't know was that T. had been imprisoned in South America and survived only through his fantasies of her and the letters he wrote to her while alone. Now he wants a life with her and she doesn't know if she can trust the man who already hurt her once. In LETTERS TO KELLY (4.5), Suzanne Brockman demonstrates innovative storytelling that moves from present to past. Through T.'s letters, she reveals the heart of an extraordinary hero.

Reviewed By: Debbie Richardson

Publisher: Silhouette

Published: April 2003

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4.5 Stars

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Letters to Kelly - Suzanne Brockmann

Submitted by Robin in PA on September 15, 2010 - 10:20pm.

When T. Jackson Winchester realized he was in love with his best friend's little sister, he also realized she was too young for him. Telling Kelly O'Brien he would see her on her 18th birthday, Jax left. But he couldn't keep his promise since he was locked in a Central American prison for two years. During that time, Jax wrote letters to Kelly just to keep his sanity. Now out of prison, he knows the only way he will ever be happy is to convince Kelly that he loves her.

This was a very heartwarming story. Kelly doesn't know about his prison stint and thinks he just didn't care enough to keep his promise. I felt bad for him, but understood why she wouldn't trust him. His letters to her are beautiful and pull you right into the story. My rating: 4.5 Stars.