Monday, March 6, 2017

"Letters From Grace" by Rachel Muller

Book Info

Is loving a man in uniform worth the risk?

Scarred from the death of her fiancĂ© in World War II, Grace Campbell must learn to love again. Lieutenant Luke Brady could make falling in love easy…except he’s going to war. There’s one thing that can keep a thread tied between them—letters. But the suave Dr. William Keller enchants Grace with his charm and proposes marriage. She must choose between them. Will she settle for comfort and safety or risk losing everything on the Normandy beaches?

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Author Info:

Rachel is the author of best selling series, Love & War. Her first project, Letters from Grace, claimed a spot in Harlequin's So You Think You Can Write Contest in 2012 and semi-finaled in ACFW's Genesis Contest, 2014. Her latest release, and final installment in the Love & War trilogy, PHILLIP'S WAR, released in August, 2016. Readers can learn more about Rachel at or find her on Facebook, Instagram, Amazon, and Goodreads.

My Review

" Letters From Grace" by Rachel Muller is the 1st book in the (Love and War) series.  This book had me experiencing the character's happiness and sadness while reading.

The covers for this series are just beautiful.

Oh my Oh my reading "Letters from Grace" by Rachel D. Muller , the book is about war and I want to cry! But it silly isn't these characters aren't real ? RIGHT.    This was a Facebook post that I posted while reading this book.   This book has sad parts and yes it is a fiction but it is written like this was actually taking place. 

I think  "Letters From Grace" would make a excellent Hallmark movie.

I encourage you to read "Letters From Grace" and you too will actually think you are watching Grace and Luke dance and you will be wanting to turn the pages to see if they received a letter that day and want was happening while Luke was on the warfront and Grace was delivering supplies to war victims in hospitals. 

"Letters From Grace" is a five star novel. I was given a copy by the author and these opinions are my own. 


Melissa Henderson said...

I love this story and look forward to reading all stories by Rachel Muller.

Debbie Curto said...

I am reading "Maggie's Mission" and it is wonderful so far

Unknown said...

I agree - I loved this book and the two that follow it. They are on my list of the best WWII historical fiction novels I have read.

Virginia Winfield said...

Sounds great