When Allegra North parted from first love Francis after a decade together, she poured all her regret into a letter. He didn’t reply. A year later, her job brings her back to the beautiful Devon coast where romance first blossomed and she hopes that they can start a new chapter.
A family crisis fans the old flames from the start, and sparks fly when a chance encounter makes Allegra question whether Francis was ever really on the same page. As summer storms circle, the exes juggle rebellious parents, vengeful family members, and a very reluctant celebrity author who holds the key to everybody’s future. Just when Allegra thinks she can’t blot her copy book any further, she finds herself held to ransom by her own love letter.
Should she read between the lines, or is the writing on the wall?
Publication Date: April 2012
A warm, funny tale from the best-selling author, showing why you should never write a break-up letter (Heat)
We heart this outrageously good romance (Closer)
Reminiscent of Jilly Cooper’s riotous romps, this countryside saga is an essential summer travel companion: sexy, funny and at more than 600 pages it’ll last longer than a holiday romance (Daily Record)
Deliciously naughty (Sun)
Immediately loveable . . . an utter delight from start to finish . . . Add to that Fiona Walker’s enviable skill of creating an engaging setting and very real band of characters and you have the recipe for a jolly fun ride (Heat)
An undeniably well-written book (Daily Mail)
A perfect holiday read (No 1 magazine)
The Love Letter is a fabulous romp with great character, lots of twisty-turny plots and plenty of laughs. Walker obviously loves words, and I felt I could feel the sheer fun she had writing this book rising off the page — which made it an absolute pleasure to read. (Sunday Independent Ireland)