Sunday, August 14, 2016

Book Review - Letters From Jayson

Letters From Jayson

by Amy Hale

5 out of 5 Stars





***I was given a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.***


Lindsey couldn't catch a break at work.  She worked in an office where she was often degraded and never felt she got what she deserved.  When she had finally had enough, she let the manager know about it.  With that, she was given an assignment that no one could ever complete:  interview the illusive author Jackson King.  This causes her to have to take up residence at her best friend's fiance's home on the beach, thinking she will also have time to refresh.  Only, there is someone who is already there.  

Jayson needed time away to get work done, alone, secluded.  He thinks he can get this at a fabulous beach home.  When Lindsey shows up in his house, their worlds collide.  They agree to make the most of a bad situation and both stay in the house.  However, Jayson is holding on to a secret, and Lindsey is not getting any closer to her interview with her author.  

What an amazing story!  I loved the way this story was told from a narrator's point of view, so we get all points of view at once.  When you want to know Lindsey and Jayson's deepest thoughts, Amy Hale does a fabulous job of telling it through the letters that they pass back and forth.  This book had comedy, unrequited love, passion. It was so full of everything you would want in a book!  I adored the way Hale wrote this story and kept the pace of the book moving.  I think I read it in 2 days, simply because I didn't want to put it down!  The flow of the book was great, the characters beyond believable.  I sincerely enjoyed this read and look forward to other books from Amy Hale! 

Link to purchase:  Amazon