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Title: The Letter
Author: Mina Carter
Publisher: Published July 1st 2014 by Decadent Publishing (first published June 30th 2014)
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Ex-SAS Sergeant Rick Week’s career ended in a hail of bullets and the death of his friend Billy. After months of recuperation, Rick can finally fulfill a promise he made to Billy: deliver a letter to his girl. Simple. Maybe.... Hattie Jameson lost the man she loved. KIA. Eighteen months later, she’s trying to move on. Then a sexy-as-hell Scottish soldier turns up on her doo Ex-SAS Sergeant Rick Week’s career ended in a hail of bullets and the death of his friend Billy. After months of recuperation, Rick can finally fulfill a promise he made to Billy: deliver a letter to his girl. Simple. Maybe.... Hattie Jameson lost the man she loved. KIA. Eighteen months later, she’s trying to move on. Then a sexy-as-hell Scottish soldier turns up on her doorstep — the man who’d been with Billy when he’d died. She shouldn’t find him attractive. Not at all.... Fortunately, fate, and Billy, have plans to bring the reluctant lovers together. Can Rick and Hattie get past their grief and let love in?

30 review for The Letter

  1. 5 out of 5

    Bambi Fogleman

    This is another great book in this series. This one by Mina Carter is just spectacular well thought out. Hattie has lost her one true love Billy to the war. The last person to see and talk to Billy was a English solider Rick, Who does everything to save Billy and he dies right as they set foot into camp. The night before Billy gives Rick the one letter every solider never wants to have delivered. If your reading this the one that rips the whole in every heart when read by loved ones! Find out wh This is another great book in this series. This one by Mina Carter is just spectacular well thought out. Hattie has lost her one true love Billy to the war. The last person to see and talk to Billy was a English solider Rick, Who does everything to save Billy and he dies right as they set foot into camp. The night before Billy gives Rick the one letter every solider never wants to have delivered. If your reading this the one that rips the whole in every heart when read by loved ones! Find out what happens when Rick finally goes to deliver this letter to Hattie. I enjoyed this book and loved the plot and supporting Wounded Warrior's making the calendar men all the better. If you haven't read them you should. Mina Carter is a wonderful author and you don't want to miss any of her books.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Charlie Daye

    What a lovely story... I already love Mina's work but this is the first time that I read something of hers that was more contemporary than paranormal. This story was a short bittersweet read about love and loss and despite the odds... still finding that HEA. So, if you haven't picked up one of Mina's other books yet, this one would be a great way to start.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Yolanda

    4.5 Stars I have a thing for soldiers. For some reason they tug at my heart strings, and so that was the sole reason for starting this quick read. I really enjoyed it. I'm not someone who usually goes for short reads, mainly because I love detail and getting into the characters heads, but this was one of those short reads that was done just right. I think you need a special talent to be able to write a short story in the way this was written. Just right. And that ending... well, I'll just say it 4.5 Stars I have a thing for soldiers. For some reason they tug at my heart strings, and so that was the sole reason for starting this quick read. I really enjoyed it. I'm not someone who usually goes for short reads, mainly because I love detail and getting into the characters heads, but this was one of those short reads that was done just right. I think you need a special talent to be able to write a short story in the way this was written. Just right. And that ending... well, I'll just say it had the hair on the back of my neck and arms stand up. Really good read and a great way to have spent the hour. This is my first Mina Carter, but I'll defiantly be looking into her other stuff after this.

  4. 4 out of 5

    8o's

    The Letter by Mina Carter is a novella in the Calendar Men series. Sergeant Rick Week's is a British solider who helps an American solider reach the safety of his embassy but the American solider does end up dying. Two years later Rick fulfills the American solider's last wish by delivering a letter to the American solider's fiancee, Hattie Jameson. Hattie and Rick are attracted to each other but with issues to work out, neither are looking for love. I really enjoyed this novella. It was sweet a The Letter by Mina Carter is a novella in the Calendar Men series. Sergeant Rick Week's is a British solider who helps an American solider reach the safety of his embassy but the American solider does end up dying. Two years later Rick fulfills the American solider's last wish by delivering a letter to the American solider's fiancee, Hattie Jameson. Hattie and Rick are attracted to each other but with issues to work out, neither are looking for love. I really enjoyed this novella. It was sweet and the "ghostly" intervention was subtle, which I loved. Highly recommend!!!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Widala

    I think this book has the right recipe for a good romance book. The only problem problem : it's too short. So many potentials went unexplored. But, even with the page limitations, I think the author did a great job to give the readers lot of feels.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Aimie

    This short story was sweet and touching. I really liked the characters. It went exactly where I wanted it to go. I'm looking forward to find more books from this author.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Vickey

    Just what I needed. I just needed more!!!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Rick Week: British armed special forces, Scottish, wounded, out of military, 18 months recovery; a letter to deliver; Hattie Jameson: lost her fiancé 18 months earlier, still grieving, but starting to feel ready to move on... Billy: fiancé who died, serving his country; loves his fiancé, wrote her the 'if you get this letter, then..." but slips in a page telling her he's sending an angel; Iraq; Rick's team sent into help; town near base under attack; he sees movement in alley, and ends up to be Bi Rick Week: British armed special forces, Scottish, wounded, out of military, 18 months recovery; a letter to deliver; Hattie Jameson: lost her fiancé 18 months earlier, still grieving, but starting to feel ready to move on... Billy: fiancé who died, serving his country; loves his fiancé, wrote her the 'if you get this letter, then..." but slips in a page telling her he's sending an angel; Iraq; Rick's team sent into help; town near base under attack; he sees movement in alley, and ends up to be Billy, a wounded American; Rick binds his leg wound, keeps him company, reluctantly takes the letter for his fiancé if... half carries him back to base in dawn - where sniper attacks - a nd Billy killed, Rick's leg shattered; Rick dealing with guilt and sadness of Billy's death, his loss of career due to injury (18 months recovery)... and heads out to finally see Hattie... she just received a letter from Heros for families calendar, with a scheduled appointment for Billy the next day... she blurts out to Rick, you pose for calendar in his stead... and Rick reluctantly agrees... Instant attraction... a kiss... a fun day... sex... fantastic sex... he leaves the letter on her pillowcase... she reads - both - and realizes that she needs to fight for Rick, and that he'd be at the cemetery... she hears him talking to Billy, telling him that he's leaving and that he's sorry he fell in love with his wife... Tight hugs... and movement by the tree... and Billy is there, salutes, and fades away... blessing given

  9. 5 out of 5

    Ti

    Wow. A wonderful, and feel good story. Sad and uplifting and celebrating the human spirit. Thank you .

  10. 5 out of 5

    Julie (Jewls Book Blog)

    This was a very short yet sweet read. There's insta-love between Hattie and Rick, but their quick romance had enough sweetness and steam to carry off the length. Nice comfort read.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Robin

    I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Sometimes when you make plans in life, fate decides to change them. The Letter by Mina Carter is a short but bittersweet look at one woman and one man’s journey toward a different life than the one they expected. Sergeant Rick Week’s military career ended when he was wounded one time too many. In addition to his physical wounds, he was suffering emotionally from I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Sometimes when you make plans in life, fate decides to change them. The Letter by Mina Carter is a short but bittersweet look at one woman and one man’s journey toward a different life than the one they expected. Sergeant Rick Week’s military career ended when he was wounded one time too many. In addition to his physical wounds, he was suffering emotionally from a strong case of survivor’s guilt. He blamed himself for Billy’s death so he was determined to fulfill Billy’s last wish and deliver a letter to Billy’s fiancée. Hattie Jameson was just trying to move on after the death of her fiancé. She just wasn’t prepared for her reaction to the handsome Scottish soldier who delivered Billy’s goodbye letter. With a little help from an angel, Hattie and Rick may just realize that they are meant to be. Because The Letter is a novella, Ms. Carter hits you with the emotions from the very first page and doesn’t let the reader go until the book reaches its expected happy ending. If you know about military tradition, then you know about the letter that a soldier writes to his or her loved one, just in case. Once I realized that this was what Rick was delivering, my heart became involved and I couldn’t stop reading until I finished the book. The characters are what kept me interested. Rick and Hattie are wounded souls who find healing with each other. I found their relationship to be so authentic and believable and couldn’t wait for them to fall in love. Even the flashbacks to Billy and Rick were touching and caused me to shed a tear or two. This is the first book by Mina Carter that I have read and I was impressed enough to go back for more. I can’t believe how much I grew to care about characters in such a short read. I can only imagine what she can do with a full length novel.

  12. 5 out of 5

    GraceMyBookSnack

    The Letter is a novella gem! Sergeant Rick Week seeks out Hattie Jameson with a very heavy heart. He has to deliver a letter… “Every solder wrote that letter. The missive that would be sent should the worst happen.” I’m not going to lie. Since this is a novella, sparks fly right away between Rick and Hattie, but what I love about The Letter is that Mina Carter puts so much heart in the way she tells their story. These are two people who have experienced something so tragic, with Billy, Hattie’s The Letter is a novella gem! Sergeant Rick Week seeks out Hattie Jameson with a very heavy heart. He has to deliver a letter… “Every solder wrote that letter. The missive that would be sent should the worst happen.” I’m not going to lie. Since this is a novella, sparks fly right away between Rick and Hattie, but what I love about The Letter is that Mina Carter puts so much heart in the way she tells their story. These are two people who have experienced something so tragic, with Billy, Hattie’s fiancé and Rick’s friend, as the common bond between the two. Rick and Hattie meet at a time in both their lives where the possibility of love is good. Time has passed, the pain has healed a bit and now they deserve to be with someone special. The emotions were described so realistically, my gosh! The stuff that went down with Rick and Billy put my heart through the wringer. Mina Carter also made me believe in Rick and Hattie’s romance that I cried happy tears! This story touched my heart in every way. Did I mention that Rick is Scottish? Oh, yes, he is! He’s traveled a long way from home. I also loved how this story relates to the calendar mentioned in the series. “Are ye sure about this, lass? Once I put you down,” color branded his cheeks, “I’ll no’ be able to stop.” Set around the Fourth of July in the US, The Letter is a perfect fast-paced, romantic, steamy read for the summer, or any time of year, really! If you’re a fan of romance novellas with military heroes, then you absolutely need to meet Sergeant Rick Week…Mr. July! Loved, loved, loved!!!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lucy Felthouse

    The Letter is the seventh book in the multi-author Calendar Men series. Each book is a standalone, but they're linked by the central theme of a charity calendar. Mina Carter takes Mr. July, Rick Weeks. An ex-SAS serviceman, Rick's career is now unfortunately over, due to injury. After months of recuperation, he now has another mission - deliver a letter to the girl of his friend, Billy, who was killed in action. When he turns up on Hattie's doorstep, she's shocked, but welcomes him into her home The Letter is the seventh book in the multi-author Calendar Men series. Each book is a standalone, but they're linked by the central theme of a charity calendar. Mina Carter takes Mr. July, Rick Weeks. An ex-SAS serviceman, Rick's career is now unfortunately over, due to injury. After months of recuperation, he now has another mission - deliver a letter to the girl of his friend, Billy, who was killed in action. When he turns up on Hattie's doorstep, she's shocked, but welcomes him into her home nonetheless. After a while, though, it becomes apparent there's a spark between the two of them. A spark they both try desperately to ignore out of respect for Billy. But will it win out, especially when it turns out that even from beyond the grave, Billy has a plan for them both? This was another great read in the Calendar Men series. I love how they're all so different, but have this link running throughout. I enjoy Mina's writing, too, and would definitely recommend this sweet, heart-wrenching yet sexy story to fans of erotic romance.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Iris

    This sweet and touching story will have you reaching for tissues. The newest in the Calendar Men series does not disappoint. By now, if you are familiar with the Calendar men you know to expect a hero who has survived the war. He's battered and scarred, but he's beaten the odds and made it home alive. What made this story different for me was the letter. My mother was ARMY, my father in-law a Marine, so that letter is the unspoken thing every family member knows about and dreads. Mina Carter too This sweet and touching story will have you reaching for tissues. The newest in the Calendar Men series does not disappoint. By now, if you are familiar with the Calendar men you know to expect a hero who has survived the war. He's battered and scarred, but he's beaten the odds and made it home alive. What made this story different for me was the letter. My mother was ARMY, my father in-law a Marine, so that letter is the unspoken thing every family member knows about and dreads. Mina Carter took that letter and turned it into something beautiful. She turned it in to a new beginning for two well deserving people. Short and sweet, the perfect story for a lazy summer afternoon.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sassy Moms Say Read Romance

    Sarah's Review: Thanks to Decadent Publishing and Mina Carter for the opportunity to read and review this great story. I owe Mina and Decadent Publishing an apology since I am late getting this review up. Unfortunately, real life decided to play a cruel hand. I have to say that this story was one that left a lasting impression on me. I have a soft spot for stories that involve the military. There are so many things that I love about this story but if I go into detail, I will spoil the story. I lo Sarah's Review: Thanks to Decadent Publishing and Mina Carter for the opportunity to read and review this great story. I owe Mina and Decadent Publishing an apology since I am late getting this review up. Unfortunately, real life decided to play a cruel hand. I have to say that this story was one that left a lasting impression on me. I have a soft spot for stories that involve the military. There are so many things that I love about this story but if I go into detail, I will spoil the story. I love the Rick followed through on Billy's dying wish and brought a letter to his widow, Hattie. Rick and Hattie don't expect to fall in love with each other.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Rissa

    This is a very short, very sweet story. Now, focus on the short and sweet. It means the romance happens rather sooner than I'd want it to, which gives it an 'already?' feeling. But it's still sort of sweet and nice. There'd not much plot, it's just a nice, relaxing story, which is cool. It's good to read one of those every now and then.

  17. 5 out of 5

    J

    A very touching short story about a Scottish soldier taking the final letter of a soldier that died in his arms to his widow. An instant attraction is sparked but they both feel a little guilty "cheating" on the dead soldier and it takes a little while for both of them to let their guard down. A lovely, little story (and I love Scottish accents).

  18. 5 out of 5

    Melissa B.

    Rick and Hattie were great together. Two people, scarred and hurting, find each other and turn tragedy into love. Rick was an easy hero to love; strong with a heart of gold. Hattie and Rick are bound by loss but are able to start over with one another. I love Mina Carter's writing and truly enjoyed this touching story of finding happiness.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Peggy

    Mina Carter has become one of my all time favorite authors! She has yet to disappoint! In her book The Letter, Mina brings you a sweet story of love and loss, but you have to bring the tissue as it may make you shred a few tears. Perfect story to read if you haven't yet!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Olya Dimitrova

    It was really great short story for the British soldier, who gave the promise to deliver the letter to American soldier's fiance.It was bittersweet romance with remembrance of our loved ones which we lost.Great story recommend it to read.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Netanella

    Awesome story that I would've rated 5 stars had it been longer, because it was so good I didn't want it to end.

  22. 4 out of 5

    octavia cooper

    Good stuff Good story, but too short. I would love to find out what happened next. Alas, the curse of novellas. However, an epilogue would have sufficed.

  23. 4 out of 5

    T.

    4.5 Stars

  24. 5 out of 5

    Valentina "TinchyB"

    Short and sweet!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Cn

    2.5 -3 stars

  26. 4 out of 5

    Mari (Smut Duchess)

    3.5

  27. 4 out of 5

    Simone

    3.5 stars

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ana

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

  30. 4 out of 5

    Selena Jml

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