Love letters from your favorite romance heroes!
Do you ever read a romance novel and wish you could revisit your favorite couples to see how they’re doing? Well, now is your chance! Take a look at the beautiful love letters from our sexiest heroes to their sweethearts!
Chandra, my love,
Everything changes just before it happens. The overwhelming pain slips away, and it’s replaced by an clarity that’s surreal. You can see everything in that moment. Our creator gives us a chance to make peace with all that’s happened before, and what’s to come.
Something lifted me out of the abyss. I knew I’d gone to the next place, but instead a voice in my head said, hey, idiot. Pay attention. She’s here. It took everything I had to open my eyes, and at first I was disappointed I was still in my living room. I’d been ready for whatever was coming next.
Now I know I was ready for you.
I’d done some horrible things, just to survive. You understand that now. But you gave me a reason to live. To thrive. To be all the things I swore I’d been fighting for all along. A better wolf, a better man. A reason to strive for the impossible, because you were the thing I was never supposed to have. You proved everyone wrong, Chandra. We’ve fought different battles to get to this place, but our souls were always meant to be together.
You showed us what it really meant to be a wolf. To have absolute compassion for your pack, to lead by example when no one followed you. To do what was right when it felt so wrong. You made all of us love you. And now we can’t live without you.
It still feels like I’ve woken up in heaven when I get to call you my mate. Heaven was a place I was never supposed to see. But that’s where you were waiting for me.
You gave me a second chance. I live my life for you.
Happy Valentine’s Day, baby.
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If I know you at all, you’re rolling your eyes as you’re reading this. Hopefully you’re actually reading it and didn’t just throw the whole thing away.
I know. You’ve made yourself very clear in the past. Valentine’s Day is a ridiculous commercial event and you want no part of it. I get it. And to tell the truth, I’m not far from thinking the same way you do. If it wasn’t for Ollie’s habit of getting me extravagant gifts that make me feel like I have to reciprocate, I’d ignore the whole thing the same way you do. And I promise you that this is a one-off occasion and will not happen again.
(Unless you want it to happen again…?)
I can’t remember the first time I sat in front of a piano. I must have been so small that I was sitting on my father’s lap. I’ve played all my life – and for what feels like a large part of it, I’ve played your music. Played the emotions you put down into music.
What I’d never done until meeting you was compose.
For you, composing seems as easy as breathing. Or as easy as breathing would be if we breathed…
For me… not so much. You know it already because you’ve watched me struggle over these notes for three years now. You’ve been very patient. And very kind with your encouragements when you saw I was stuck.
May you be just as kind when you hear the final result. It’s not all that good, I’m afraid. Oliver can claim otherwise all he wants, I know he’s only trying to spare my feelings. But I tried my best.
I hope you’ll forgive me for taking the easy way out and giving you the sheet music rather than playing this serenade for you. And I hope the words I don’t dare say still come through with every note.
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There’s so much going on I don’t know where to start. My brother is here, claiming he never abandoned me. Even with his side of the story, I don’t know what to think or believe. I showed you the place where he left me. I wish I could say all the memories of being there are gone, but they’re not. You know better than anyone how they torment me in my dreams.
He’s trying, and like an idiot I bat him away with something cruel. Something to remind him he abandoned me. He told me his side: that he was told I’d died. I threw it in his face today. Accused him—indirectly of course, you know how I am—of not loving me enough to ask questions to confirm it was true.
He didn’t deny it. If I’m honest, it hurts as much as the day I realized he wasn’t coming back. If you were here, I know you’d tell me I should have looked for him. Maybe I should have. But I didn’t, because I believed he didn’t care.
What if I was wrong? What if he does care and I’m wasting my one chance to have a relationship with him again? I’m not sure I have the strength to risk it. Every person I’ve ever cared about, except Nic, has ended up leaving. Like Ta’reel did. There must be something wrong with me to keep driving people away when I only want them to stay and be part of my life.
You left, Ta’reel left. And so many others. It’s why I keep to myself. It’s easier not to make friends than lose them.
I’m doing my best to stay alive for you. I don’t want to die knowing my last words to you hurt in a way I half-intended for them to. I’m sorry, my Ren. So very sorry.
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