Sophie doesn’t know what kind of man she’s looking for, so her father suggests she write letters to her future husband—and come to know him in the process. But Sophie soon learns her letters aren’t the most reliable key to her heart. This hilarious coming-of-age novel is a guaranteed laugh-out-loud read you’ll want to share with all your friends.
About the author:
Lisa has been actively writing for many years and continues to hone her craft as a writer by attending SCBWI conferences in Florida. She graduated from Brigham Young University with a master’s degree in English, and has published three books in the LDS market.
My review: Letters to My Future Husband by Lisa McKendrick
This has humor, drama and romance. It does mention LDS standards but does not really mention any beliefs. It is a clean read.
I liked most of the characters. I did not like the mother. She is always talking so negative to her daughter. It was a little too much.
Sophie is the main character. In this story starts out as Sophie tells her father that she wants to marry him when she grows up. He answers by giving her a journal to write letters to her future husband. Sophie starts writing hate mail to him. Then she gets a crush as a teenager.
The last part of the book is cute when Sophie meets her future daughter as a teenager. She wants to pick out her father. She also wants to be born, she is tired of waiting.
Sometimes the story worked and other times does not make sense. It is quite was over the top with the mother and the boyfriend.
On the whole I liked it. I would like to read more by Lisa McKendrick in the future.
I was given this ebook to read by Cedar Fort Publishing. In return I agreed to give a honest review of Letters to My Future Husband and agree to give honest review.
“Letters to My Future Husband” blog tour schedule:
February 14: Jorie Loves a Story
February 15: LDS and Lovin’ It
February 16: Katie’s Clean Book Collection • Mel’s Shelves • Lisa is a Bookworm
February 17: Getting Your Read On • Min Reads and Reviews • Literary R&R
February 18: Readalot • I Love to Read and Review Books
February 19: Inklings and Notions • Wonderous Reviews
February 20: My Book a Day
February 21: Sarah E. Boucher
February 22: For the Love of Books
February 23: Coffee Books and Me
February 24: The Author’s Hideaway
February 25: Reading Gives Me Life
February 26: Wishful Endings
February 27: Brooklyn Berry Designs
February 28: The Perfect Beginnings • Live to Read • Book WishlistRead for Your Future • The Phantom Paragrapher