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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY LIBRARY JOURNAL

In this enchanting novel set at Cedar Cove’s cozy Rose Harbor Inn, Debbie Macomber celebrates the power of love—and a well-timed love letter—to inspire hope and mend a broken heart.

Summer is a busy season at the inn, so proprietor Jo Marie Rose and handyman Mark Taylor have spent a lot of time together keeping the property running. Despite some folks’ good-natured claims to the contrary, Jo Marie insists that Mark is only a friend. However, she seems to be thinking about this particular friend a great deal lately. Jo Marie knows surprisingly little about Mark’s life, due in no small part to his refusal to discuss it. She’s determined to learn more about his past, but first she must face her own—and welcome three visitors who, like her, are setting out on new paths.

Twenty-three-year-old Ellie Reynolds is taking a leap of faith. She’s come to Cedar Cove to meet Tom, a man she’s been corresponding with for months, and with whom she might even be falling in love. Ellie’s overprotective mother disapproves of her trip, but Ellie is determined to spread her wings.

Maggie and Roy Porter are next to arrive at the inn. They are taking their first vacation alone since their children were born. In the wake of past mistakes, they hope to rekindle the spark in their marriage—and to win back each other’s trust. But Maggie must make one last confession that could forever tear them apart.

For each of these characters, it will ultimately be a moment when someone wore their heart on their sleeve—and took pen to paper—that makes all the difference. Debbie Macomber’s moving novel reveals the courage it takes to be vulnerable, accepting, and open to love.

Praise for Love Letters

“Romance and a little mystery abound in this third installment of Macomber’s series set at Cedar Cove’s Rose Harbor Inn. . . . Readers of Robyn Carr and Sherryl Woods will enjoy Macomber’s latest, which will have them flipping pages until the end and eagerly anticipating the next installment.” Library Journal (starred review)

“Mending a broken heart is not always easy to do, but Macomber succeeds at this beautifully in  Love Letters. . . . Quite simply, this is a refreshing take on most love stories—there are twists and turns in the plot that keep readers on their toes—and the author shares up slices of realism, allowing her audience to feel right at home.” Bookreporter

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“Romance and a little mystery abound in this third installment of [Debbie] Macomber’s series set at Cedar Cove’s Rose Harbor Inn. . . . Readers of Robyn Carr and Sherryl Woods will enjoy Macomber’s latest, which will have them flipping pages until the end and eagerly anticipating the next installment.” Library Journal (starred review)
 
“Mending a broken heart is not always easy to do, but Macomber succeeds at this beautifully in Love Letters. . . . Quite simply, this is a refreshing take on most love stories—there are twists and turns in the plot that keep readers on their toes—and the author shares up slices of realism, allowing her audience to feel right at home as they follow a cast of familiar characters living in the small coastal town of Cedar Cove, where life is interesting, to say the least.” Bookreporter
 
“Macomber’s mastery of women’s fiction is evident in her latest. . . . [She] breathes life into each plotline, carefully intertwining her characters’ stories to ensure that none of them overshadow the others. Yet it is her ability to capture different facets of emotion which will entrance fans and newcomers alike.” Publishers Weekly
 
Love Letters is another wonderful story in the Rose Harbor series. Genuine life struggles with heartwarming endings for the three couples in this book make it special. Readers won’t be able to get enough of Macomber’s gentle storytelling. Fans already know what a charming place Rose Harbor is and new readers will love discovering it as well.” RT Book Reviews (4-1/2 stars)

About the Author

Debbie Macomber, the author of  Love Letters, Mr. Miracle, Blossom Street Brides,and  Rose Harbor in Bloom, is a leading voice in women’s fiction. Nine of her novels have hit #1 on the  New York Times bestseller lists, and three of her beloved Christmas novels have been  hit movies on the Hallmark Channel, including  Mrs. Miracle and  Mr. Miracle. In 2013, Hallmark Channel began production on the original series  Debbie Macomber’s Cedar Cove, based on Macomber’s Cedar Cove books. She has more than 170 million copies of her books in print worldwide.

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Chapter 1



If someone had told me, as little as two years ago, that I’d own and operate a bed-­and-­breakfast in this tiny berg of a town called Cedar Cove, I would have laughed my head off. But then I never expected to be a widow at the age of thirty-­six, either. If I’ve learned anything—­and, trust me, life has been filled with several painful lessons—­it’s that the future doesn’t come with a printed guarantee.

So here I am in ninety-­five-­degree heat, stripping beds, scrubbing toilets, and baking cookies. An even greater surprise is that I’m loving it. Well, maybe not the toilet-­scrubbing part, but just about every other aspect of this new life I have carved out for myself.

It’s been two full years now since I got the news that my husband is dead. And while I never thought it would be possible, there are times when I can smile again, feel again, even laugh. All three are surprises. When I got word that Paul had been killed in a helicopter crash on some unpronounceable mountainside in Afghanistan, it felt as if my entire world had imploded. I needed to hold on to something to keep from spiraling out of control, and that something turned out to be Rose Harbor Inn.

Nearly everyone advised against me buying the inn: my family, my friends, my employer. Again and again I heard that this was a drastic change, and I should wait a year. Give it twelve months, I was lectured. That’s the proverbial wisdom, and while I politely listened, I silently went about making my own plans. It was either do something different—­all right, drastic—­or slowly go insane.

Has it been easy? Hardly. Eking out a living by renting rooms, doing a good majority of the work myself, hasn’t helped build up my investment portfolio. I have yet to see a penny in profit, but I’m not going under, either. For the most part I’ve invested every cent back into the inn.

After I purchased the inn, I changed the name and had a new sign constructed and installed. I’d decided to call my new home Rose Harbor Inn. Rose is my surname, Paul’s name, and Harbor because I needed to find a protected environment in order to heal. And my sign hung proudly in front of the inn with my name, Jo Marie Rose, etched below.

In addition to the new sign, there were certain necessary repairs, some cosmetic and others unavoidable. Thankfully, friends introduced me to Mark Taylor, the local handyman.

Mark.

What an enigma he was. I’ve seen him nearly every day for the past year, sometimes two and three times a day, and I still know hardly anything about him other than his name and address. Okay, so he’s a great carpenter and he craves my peanut-­butter cookies. Not knowing more felt like a pesky bug bite with a constant itch. My imagination ran wild. I wanted to uncover Mark’s secrets, conjuring up a dozen reasons he refused to talk about himself. Some of those scenarios were outrageous, and there were a few scary ones lurking in the back of my mind as well.

I’ve been on a mission to pry some small bit of personal information out of him. So far I’ve had little to no success. I might as well try chiseling marble with a marshmallow. The man is as tight-­lipped as they come.

The washing machine beeped, indicating that the cycle had ended.

The Hendersons, who’d recently checked out, had been in town visiting their son, who was stationed at the Bremerton Navy base. He’d recently become engaged to a local woman, and the couple had flown in from Texas to meet their future daughter-­in-­law. Lois and Michael were a delightful couple and I’d enjoyed hosting them.

I had two names on the books for the upcoming weekend. Both would arrive sometime Friday afternoon. After a while, names become a blur in my memory. People come and go, but for whatever reason, I specifically remembered both parties who had booked this weekend.

The first was Eleanor Reynolds, and she’d sounded quite proper when we’d first spoken. I’d guesstimated that she was either an accountant or a middle-­aged librarian. Since that time I’d changed my mind. I’d spoken to Ellie twice—­she asked that I call her that—­since our original phone call. Once when she canceled and then a third time when she rebooked. The woman couldn’t seem to make up her mind. Seeing that I hadn’t heard from her in the last few weeks, I had to assume she would keep the reservation and arrive sometime this afternoon.

By contrast, Maggie Porter had been a breath of fresh air, chatting and happy. This was a getaway weekend she was planning with her husband, Roy. Right before the Fourth of July, Maggie’s in-­laws, who had apparently heard what Maggie was planning, had called and paid for the weekend as an anniversary gift for the young couple. I looked forward to meeting Maggie and her husband.

Rover barked, which told me someone was coming up the front walkway. I glanced at my watch, fearing I’d let time get away from me. This happened more frequently than I cared to admit. Rover, my rescue dog and constant companion, raced to the door. I recognized Rover’s bark, which told me I had nothing to be anxious about. It wasn’t a guest arriving early; it was Mark Taylor.

Great. I’d been hoping it was him. I fully intended to drill him and this time I wasn’t going to let him sidetrack me or sidestep my questions.

I held the door open for Mark. He’d broken his leg last May and it’d healed nicely. I couldn’t detect even a trace of a limp. I’d been upset with him for how long it’d taken him to plant my rose garden. What should have taken only a matter of a few days had stretched into weeks and weeks.

As you might have guessed, patience isn’t my strong suit. To be fair, his injured leg didn’t exactly speed up the process. When the rose garden was in and blooming I was less irritated. Next on my agenda was the gazebo, which I wanted Mark to build. I’d given him a photo of exactly what I envisioned, but that had been weeks ago.

I longed for that gazebo. In my mind, I pictured Rover sitting with me while I sipped coffee or tea at sunset, watching the sun casting a net of pink and orange shadows across the sky as it slowly went down behind the Olympic Mountain Range. I could get the same view from the deck in the back of the house, but I liked to reserve that spot for my guests. It was a picture of the sunset that graced my brochure. Mark took that photo. Actually, he’s quite good at photography, although he brushes away my praise as if receiving a compliment embarrasses him.

Mark came into the inn and paused long enough to look down at Rover. He muttered something about the dog being nothing but a worthless mutt.

I bit down on my tongue to keep from defending Rover. Mark was like that. He’d make a comment just to get a rise out of me, but I was onto his game and I wasn’t falling for it.

“You got a minute?” he asked.

“Sure. What’s up?”

He didn’t answer me directly. Instead, he went into the breakfast room where I served my guests and placed a rolled-­up piece of drafting paper on the tabletop. “I’ve finished the plans for the gazebo.”

This was a surprise. I’d expected it would take another five or six months for him to get around to that. From the first, he’d let it be known that he had other jobs that took priority over mine. This was something else he did, I suspected, hoping to irritate me. To my way of thinking, my money was just as good as anyone else’s, or so one would think. Despite my best efforts, I had yet to figure out how Mark established his priority system. Not that it mattered. However he calculated it, my projects were generally placed near the bottom.

“That’s great,” I said, and hoped to sound encouraging, but not overly so. I didn’t want to be disappointed when it took far longer than I wanted for him to start the project.

He unrolled the sheet of paper and anchored it with the salt and pepper shakers on opposite corners. The free corners curled up slightly.

I glanced down and immediately liked what I saw. “When did you draw this up?” I asked.

“A few weeks ago.”

And he was only showing it to me now?

“Do you like it or not?”

I wasn’t the only one who struggled with patience.

“I do,” I assured him, “but I have a few questions.”

“Like what?”

“What’s it going to cost me?”

He rolled his eyes as if I’d made an unreasonable request. “You want an estimate?”

“That’s generally how it works,” I reminded him.

He sighed as if insulted. “I would have thought by now that you’d trust me to be fair.”

“I do trust you, but building a gazebo can’t be cheap, and I may need to budget for it. I don’t suppose you take payments?”

He shrugged. “Nope.”

“That’s what I thought.” As it was, he preferred to be paid in cash.

“Okay, fine, I’ll get you an estimate but if you complain about delays, then you have no one to blame but yourself.”

“Can you give me a general idea?” I pressed. To this point, the cost of everything Mark had built for me had been more than reasonable.

In response, he took out a small spiral pad he kept in his shirt pocket and riffled through several pages. He studied the sheet, then frowned and closed his eyes as if mentally tallying up the final estimation. When he opened his eyes, he named a figure I could live with.

“Sounds good,” I said, trying to disguise how pleased I was.

“It’s a go?”

I studied the design once more. It was basically a carbon copy of the picture I’d cut out of a magazine and handed him months ago. As far as I could see, it was perfect and would add a great deal of curb appeal to the inn.

“It’s a go.” I rubbed my palms together. I was excited now, and I didn’t care if Mark knew it. Rover wagged his tail as if he, too, was pleased.

“Good.” He replaced the salt and pepper shakers to the middle of the table, collected the paper, rolled it back up, and secured it with a rubber band.

Mark wrinkled his nose. “You baked cookies this morning?” he asked, and then frowned. “In this heat?”

“It was early.”

I tend to be an early riser, always have been. My friends, before they married and had children, often slept until ten or eleven on weekends. Try as I might, I rarely made it past seven. Eight at the very latest.

“How early?”

“Four.”

Mark shook his head and grimaced as if he’d unexpectedly tasted something sour. “Too early for me.”

“Is it too early for a taste test?” It went without saying that he was looking for me to make the offer.

“I could be persuaded.”

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Joan Koko
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Completely enjoy, touches the heart.
Reviewed in the United States on September 28, 2018
The series continues of Jo Marie owner of Rose Harbor Inn. This one deals more with the adjustment that Jo Marie is going through with the lose of her husband. I could really relate to the things that come up, even made me teary and my lose is 13 years ago. I like the... See more
The series continues of Jo Marie owner of Rose Harbor Inn. This one deals more with the adjustment that Jo Marie is going through with the lose of her husband. I could really relate to the things that come up, even made me teary and my lose is 13 years ago. I like the way Debbie Macomber writes with such feeling and insight. We also have Ellie Reynolds who checked in to meet a man Tom, who she has only met on line and talked with on the phone. Maggie and Roy Porter who are trying to work on their marriage. Mark Taylor our handyman is still a man of mystery.
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Mary A. McCormick
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THIS IS A CLIFF HANGER! BEWARE
Reviewed in the United States on April 24, 2018
Faithful readers like me -- Beware, cliffhanger! I wasn''t prepared for this being a cliff hanger! I don''t care for any author who writes cliff hanger and the only way to resolve where we were left hanging is, of course, purchase the next book. This is having no regard... See more
Faithful readers like me -- Beware, cliffhanger! I wasn''t prepared for this being a cliff hanger! I don''t care for any author who writes cliff hanger and the only way to resolve where we were left hanging is, of course, purchase the next book. This is having no regard for your readers. The book was good, not great but good but when I was at 98% in my Kindle, I knew! Shame on you Debbie as I have read your books for years. I didn''t purchase the next book as was assuming it would be the same.
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Darlene
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Couldn''t "Smell The Roses"
Reviewed in the United States on October 6, 2014
Although the concept of this novel was a good one, it was a disappointing read. The characters were not fully developed and the writing tended to be very repetitious. The story seemed as if it were churned out rather than fleshed out. Macomber did deftly show how love... See more
Although the concept of this novel was a good one, it was a disappointing read. The characters were not fully developed and the writing tended to be very repetitious. The story seemed as if it were churned out rather than fleshed out. Macomber did deftly show how love letters positively affected the relationships of the three different guests to Jo Marie''s Rose Harbor Inn. The ending was week and obviously meant to entice readers to buy the sequel she is no doubt planning to write. However, due to poor character development, this reader wasn''t able to care enough about Jo Marie and her handyman- friend, Mark, to want to continue the read.
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Violet Cannon
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Reviewed in the United States on August 26, 2018
I always hoped to spend about three days in a bed and breakfast, even to the extent of decorating our guest bedroom in that theme. I even would like to own one. There are many just across our Delaware Bay in Cape May, NJ. We live on the beach highway to our own Beaches. I... See more
I always hoped to spend about three days in a bed and breakfast, even to the extent of decorating our guest bedroom in that theme. I even would like to own one. There are many just across our Delaware Bay in Cape May, NJ. We live on the beach highway to our own Beaches. I was born and raised in a little fisherman''s town just 3 miles away. So, growing up in a quiet town in the winter and an influx of NY, NJ cars flooding our highways was normal! This book brought these memories back, especially the desire to meet these busy people from the cities. We were the hicks and gullible. Thank you Debbie and think about writing a book about our part of the tri-state area, the Delmarva Peninsula.
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Patti Sanders
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Debbie Macomber''s Love Letters-Another Rose Harbor Novel
Reviewed in the United States on August 25, 2015
Love Letters: A Rose Harbor Novel is the third entry in Debbie Macomber''s Rose Harbor series. In this installment, we continue the story of Jo Marie Roberts, the owner of Rose Harbor Inn, and her handyman Mark Taylor. We meet Ellie in this book, who is going to meet Tom at... See more
Love Letters: A Rose Harbor Novel is the third entry in Debbie Macomber''s Rose Harbor series. In this installment, we continue the story of Jo Marie Roberts, the owner of Rose Harbor Inn, and her handyman Mark Taylor. We meet Ellie in this book, who is going to meet Tom at the Inn after months of connecting on Facebook and writing to one another. Also we meet Maggie and Roy Porter, who have come to the Inn to work on their marriage after Roy had an emotional affair and Maggie a one night stand.

I loved this book and this series. Most people think that most of Debbie Macomber''s books are predictable but as for me I enjoy her stories and they end up giving me a warm feeling. Sit back with a cup of Tea or coffee and enjoy this wonderful novel.

I know why I''ve learned to enjoy reading so much over the years and one is Debbie Macomber. It''s an enjoyable read, and I know it''s one I''ll be reading whatever she has coming up next.
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Romancelover
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I loved the stories but was left hanging when book ended suddenly.
Reviewed in the United States on August 29, 2014
Love letters was another of Debbie''s interesting stories set in the magical place of Cedar Cove and involving characters connected in some way to the Rose Harbor Inn, a bed and breakfast operated by a young war widow who seems to be falling in love with Mark, her... See more
Love letters was another of Debbie''s interesting stories set in the magical place of Cedar Cove and involving characters connected in some way to the Rose Harbor Inn, a bed and breakfast
operated by a young war widow who seems to be falling in love with Mark, her handyman, whom no one seems to know much about other then he does good work and his fees are reasonable. Other characters in the book are guests staying at the inn and their stories. Unfortunately the book ends with none of the stories resolved and no indication of when the readers will find out "what happens next" or if there is a "happy ending".
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Gail F. Smith
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All of the Rose Harbor series of books were wonderful, although there is one thing that bothered me ...
Reviewed in the United States on August 13, 2017
All of the Rose Harbor series of books were wonderful, although there is one thing that bothered me was the the cutting short of words. It was most annoying. I also found more misspelled words than ever before. Not sure who is doing the proof reading or if authors'' may not... See more
All of the Rose Harbor series of books were wonderful, although there is one thing that bothered me was the the cutting short of words. It was most annoying. I also found more misspelled words than ever before. Not sure who is doing the proof reading or if authors'' may not be to blame it may be the editors. I did like the story lines though. I love series it is so refreshing to continue on in your next book and recognize the area and people in the story.
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A very satisfying book!
Reviewed in the United States on May 28, 2015
I really enjoyed the 2 earlier Rose Harbor books, and I was curious about Mark, so I went ahead and bought the hardcover of this. I was glad I had done so. This is one of Debbie Macomber''s series that I particularly like. I went back to the earlier Cedar Cove books to get... See more
I really enjoyed the 2 earlier Rose Harbor books, and I was curious about Mark, so I went ahead and bought the hardcover of this. I was glad I had done so. This is one of Debbie Macomber''s series that I particularly like. I went back to the earlier Cedar Cove books to get the back stories, but the are not as warm and happy as the Rose Harbor books. (For example, I cannot really understand how a good person could be romantically involved with someone she KNOWS is a shady businessman.)
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HP1485
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Healing
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 3, 2017
Ellie arrives at the inn full of expectations. Her whirlwind romance with Tom is everything she dreamed it would be; until his surprise. True romance here. Scott arrives at the inn to take his daughter for dinner only to reconnect with his ex-wife he left 20 years ago. Roy...See more
Ellie arrives at the inn full of expectations. Her whirlwind romance with Tom is everything she dreamed it would be; until his surprise. True romance here. Scott arrives at the inn to take his daughter for dinner only to reconnect with his ex-wife he left 20 years ago. Roy and Maggie are the other guests who are trying to repair their damaged marriage - their story is a real roller coaster and Debbie keeps the suspense of whether or not they remain a couple until the end. As for Jo-Marie and Mark : their story is still developing. As soon as you think there is something more to it, Mark storms off leaving Jo Marie and the reader wondering. Thank you Debbie for another well written and enjoyable book - I cant wait to start your next in the Rose Harbour series.
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Rose Harbour Inn
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I just couldn''t put this book down! I''ve read each one so far and can''t wait to read the next one in the series !! It''s a long time since reading a novel I couldn''t put down and I read a lot as have difficulty sleeping !!! Usual I read couple chapters then settle ...... a...See more
I just couldn''t put this book down! I''ve read each one so far and can''t wait to read the next one in the series !! It''s a long time since reading a novel I couldn''t put down and I read a lot as have difficulty sleeping !!! Usual I read couple chapters then settle ...... a must for Debbie fans and for new readers !!
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Once again an excellent read. I''m loving the Cedar Cove series, and cannot wait to get started on the next book. Thank you Debbie for being such a fabulous author.
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Just a lovely series
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I adored Cedar Cove, and this was just as great! A series, that kept me up at night wanting to know what was happening next
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Great read
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Fantastic read althoughpreferble to not have to find out about the short stories afterwards. Easy reading, well written book great
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