Tuesday, February 17, 2015

{Blog Tour: Review} LETTERS TO MY FUTURE HUSBAND by Lisa McKendrick

File Size: 910 KB
Page Count: 237
Copyright: February 10, 2015
Publisher: Cedar Fort, Inc.

Book Summary:
(Taken from Amazon)

der fUTuR Husbun, GO away!

At her father’s urging, Sophie started writing letters to her future husband when she was a little girl—though at first they were more like hate mail than love letters. But as she grew older and the boys at school started looking cuter, her letters became something more.

By the time Sophie’s in college and traveling through Italy, she’s sure she’s found the perfect man to give all her letters to. But life and love don’t always end up going as planned.

This endearing LDS romance will remind you that sometimes the man of your dreams isn’t the person you thought he’d be—sometimes he’s even better.

Mandy's Review:

What I wouldn't have given to have my future self (since I don't have any children of my own) to come to me in a dream and tell me who to marry. Don't get me wrong, I love my husband but there are days when I wonder if I made the right decision ... and I don't think I'm alone in that feeling. Am I?

Sophia has had a long-time crush on Hanno, her brother's friend. After a disastrous, embarrassing meeting overseas Sophia realizes Hanno may not be the best choice for her. Ten years later, she's living in good ole NYC and dating a guy named Griffin who, from the very start, got on my nerves. He is childish, ridiculously self-absorbed, and completely wrong for Sophia. Does she realize that, though?

Peter was Hanno's flatmate overseas. Through Hanno, Peter met Sophia's brother George. They become friends and remain so throughout the years. Peter is kind, generous, and willing to help anyone in need. Main drawback: the guy literally works in the South Pole. Don't hear that much, do ya?

It's apparent Peter and Sophia have chemistry together, but Sophia fights it every time she turns around. She has a super serious boyfriend. She hasn't known Peter that long. Peter's not as financially-driven as Griffin. How would they (Peter and Sophia) be able to support themselves in the future? Basically any and every excuse Sophia can think of to put off breaking up with Griffin (who's a hedge fund manager) and giving it a go with Peter (who's a physician's assistant). Enter Sarah, Sophia's future daughter ... if Sophia picks the right guy to marry, that is.

Sarah's very adamant about who her mother should marry, which she would be or she, Sarah, wouldn't be born. Does Sarah tell Sophia that she's wasting her time pining over Peter or is Peter the future father of Sarah? Well, I'm not going to tell you. You're just going to have to pick up a copy of this book yourself to find out.

*An ecopy of this book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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