Thank you to St. Martin’s Press for sending me a copy of Letters to the Lost by Iona Grey. This copy was sent to me in exchange for an honest review. This story revolves are both the World War Two time period and the year 2011. The author has a very interesting story to share.
Jess is trying to find some place to hide while she heals from the latest wounds inflicted by her latest boyfriend. The house on Greenleaf Lane might just be perfect! Once inside she finds letters from Dan Rosinski to Stella Thorne. Dan’s one wish is to find Stella his love of his life before he dies. In another part of London Will Holt is searching for Nancy Price who is connected to the house on Greenleaf Lane. But how? How will she figure into the story of Dan and Stella? Will they reconnect before he passes?
I very much enjoyed this story. It had many plot twists. The story between Jess and Will in 2011 goes well with the story of Dan and Stella. These stories intersect in the latter half of the novel. I am a sucker for good historical fiction! I completely agree with authors Kate Alcott and Lauren Willig about their praise of this novel. I couldn’t help wanting to find out more about this story, and would they find each other. There is another plot twist that focuses on what happened to Stella which I found most interesting. This story is a great debut for the United States!
Everyone hopes to find a love such as Dan and Stella’s even though it might have been unrequited love! There is so much hope for a happy ending!
I can’t wait to see what’s next!