Chris Harrison, the beloved longtime host of ABC's The Bachelor, explores the perils and rewards of risking everything for love in his first novel.
As the longtime host of ABC's hit shows The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, Chris Harrison has witnessed the joys and heartbreak of men and women searching for everlasting love. A true romantic at heart, he believes that everyone deserves their own fairytale ending. Now, in his first work of fiction, Chris draws on his unique insights and wisdom in a remarkable debut novel that explores love and its consequences - a must-listen for Bachelor fans and hopeless romantics everywhere.
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The Perfect Letter is a sweet second chance romance with a touch of suspense that made this quite a pleasant escape from the stresses of my crazy life. I thoroughly enjoyed the mostly likeable characters, engaging story and the setting right here in the great state of Texas. This was an excellent debut by Harrison and I never once questioned the authenticity of a male author writing a female pov. I know gender should never play into decisions about which books you read but it's hard not to be skeptical about a male romance author. Well done Mr. Harrison!
The narrator did a fantastic job with this book and I will certainly look for other books in her portfolio.
I was impressed with Chris's writing. Who would have thought that he can be a writer. I really enjoyed it and found myself on edge with what life she will choose.
Overall I thought it was great. I hope he continues to write more.
It was painful to watch Leigh, who was suppose to be smart enough to become a talented editor, make so many stupid decisions. Who would be so stupid as to walk out of a bank with a million in cash (by the way, I really to do think a bank would let you withdraw a million in cash)
I wasn't sure what to expect when I started this book, but the story quickly sucked me in and I didn't want it to stop. I loved every minute of it and am just sad that it's not over.
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