Blog Tour Review & Giveaway: Letters to My Future Husband by Lisa McKendrick

Letters to My Future Husband blog tour

I've been in a romance mood lately and this one hit the spot...

Letters to My Future HusbandLetters to My Future Husband
by Lisa McKendrick
LDS Contemporary Romance
Paperback240 Pages
February 10th 2015 by Cedar Fort Publishing & Media


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.


My Review

What a roller-coaster ride of emotions! Letters to My Future Husband was quirky, funny, heartbreaking, and sweet at different parts and sometimes all at once. There were parts that upset me (How could she believe her mom about all that looks and money stuff? Or, let her boyfriend be so selfish?), parts that made me swoon (Seriously Peter has some of the best lines and what a guy!), parts spend with friendship and family, and parts that were desperate and broke my heart. I connected with the characters and parts of the story really well. They kept me engaged, making me not want to put this one down until the very end.

Let's talk a little about Sophia. She's tall and has been criticized quite a bit by her mother for being so. They have a fairly poor relationship, which the relationship with her dad seems to correct a little. During the first part of the story she's a little lacking in confidence and a little too easily swayed. Ten years later she still has some issues to work through, but she's much more confident, successful, and eventually hoping to settle down. It was interesting to see her change somewhat as she aged. I loved her quirkiness, sass, and how well she could be thrown into something and respond so quickly. Then you have Peter. He is like the best guy ever! He's there for Sophia as such a good friend. He calms her and is willing to help her in any way he can. There were some parts that really cracked me up, especially between him and Sophia's boyfriend when competition was high. Both Sophia and Peter are so different, and yet they compliment each other.

I also loved all the secondary characters, especially Sophia's brother and his wife and family. There were some great moments of craziness with the kids. I also loved seeing Sophia's mom with her grandchildren and moments Sophia shares with her grandmother. Hanno presented a great crush and comparison. And the letters... Really cute and fun idea and I loved how they played into the story.

I really enjoyed Letters to My Future Husband. It had plenty of conflict. Nothing was perfect or tied up all nicely. It pulled on my emotions. Overall, I enjoyed the journey of friendships, family, heartbreak, and love. It left me satisfied in the ending even though it was one of those books that when you actually got there you wanted more. I love these kinds of crazy and sweet endings! I'd definitely recommend it if you're looking for an LDS romance.

Content: Clean

Source: I received a complimentary copy from the publisher, which did not affect my review in any way.

About the Author

Lisa McKendrick 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.

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  1. Awww! This sounds really, really sweet! I hadn't heard of this one until now, and I really like the cover and synopsis. I think this is one that I would definitely enjoy reading. Thank you so much for your awesome review!

  2. This does look like a good novel. The letters intrigue me. Great review :)

  3. Happy 2nd Blogoversary. I'm glad I found you...I've become a regular follower!

  4. Great review- I had passed over this one but now I want to read it! :)

  5. Alisha Sienkiel2/28/15, 7:46 PM

    Happy Birthday and Blogversary!!!!!


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