Happily Letter After by Vi Keeland & Penelope Ward
Genre: contemporary romance
Publication Date: October 20, 2020
Sadie and Sebastian’s story was extremely cute. Meeting Sebastian’s daughter, Birdie through her letters to “Santa” was a good touch I felt. What a sweet character.
I found the idea of the story as whole pleasant, even sad moments were bearable. Sadie and Birdie’s connection was heart clenching in a good way, it really tugged at my heart. I loved Sebastian and felt for him throughout the story and reading all that he had been though. I loved Sadie and her job and all the dates she had to go on for her column.
I really found this story enjoyable from start to finish and there were definitely laugh out loud moments throughout. No spoilers from me, but I will say there was one thing in particular I was dying to find out and I was starting to believe it wasn’t going to happen. These two authors really know how to keep readers on their toes.
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From New York Times bestselling authors Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward comes a love story about taking chances, and the surprises that come with them.
My love story all started with a letter.
Only it wasn’t from the man I’d eventually fall in love with. It was from his daughter. A sweet little girl named Birdie Maxwell who’d written to the magazine that I worked for.
You see, once a year, my employer fulfilled a few wishes for readers. Only that column didn’t start up again for months.
So I fulfilled some of her wishes myself. It was harmless…so I thought. Until one day I took things too far.
While anonymously granting yet another of Birdie’s wishes, I got a look at her father. Her devastatingly handsome, single dad father.
I should have stopped playing fairy godmother then. I should have left well enough alone. But I just couldn’t help myself. I had a connection to this girl. One that had me acting irrationally.
Like showing up on their doorstep.