Letters to My Future Husband by Lisa McKendrick

February 17, 2015 | 2 Comments

Letters to My Future Husband by Lisa McKendrickLetters to My Future Husband
Author: Lisa McKendrick
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 240
Date: February 10, 2015
Publisher: Cedar Fort

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.

Sometimes the man of your dreams isn’t the person you thought he’d be—sometimes he’s even better.


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About Lisa McKendrick

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Lisa McKendrick likes to think that in life we are on a slow-moving conveyor belt that edges ever slightly closer to death. That said, she likes to cram as much as she can into each day, doing things like, writing, spending time with her seven kids, finding deals at yard sales, and working on acquiring a more sunny disposition.

2 responses to “Letters to My Future Husband by Lisa McKendrick

  1. What a FUN BOOK!

    Not only are there letters to a future husband…

    There are also wonderful dream-chats with her future daughter (really fun scenes causing much lack of sleep 🙂

    When Sophie is a little girl she hopes for nothing more than marrying her father.

    Insisting that he is already married and therefore cannot marry her he gives her a book…

    A book where she is suppose to write letters to her future husband.

    And as she writes her letters her life goes on…

    Until one day…

    She realizes she is writing to the wrong man.

    Follow Sophie as she discovers the greatest story of all…

    Her story…

    Of love and laughter and … family!

    Absolutely adored this one!

  2. Gayle Humpherys

    I wanted to like this one more than I did. Based on the title, I thought that letters/journals would play a fairly major part of the story, but that aspect was really pretty minor. There was a little too much “insta-love” to be really believable and while I liked Sophia for the most part, I had a hard time seeing what Peter really saw in her, especially with the way she acted a few times. I loved Peter’s character, however! And the whole daughter element was a little too strange for me – I thought it really distracted from the realistic nature of the story. I loved the dialogue and banter between the various characters – had me laughing many times!

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