“If I drink much more tea I’m sure I will drown in the stuff.” – • Read this r…

“If I drink much more tea I’m sure I will drown in the stuff.” – ❤️

Read this romantic and delightful epistolary novel and it gave me all of the Christmas feels. I only wish I had read it before a fireplace with some hot cocoa. It’s a beautiful love story told in letters and I read some of it and then switched to audio, which was sensational – highly recommend! I wanted to get to know the characters in print first so I could keep them straight but the voice actors do such an amazing job that it really brought this story to life. It gave a great glimpse of WW1 and the sacrifices that families and individuals had to make during the war. My eyes welled up so many times and my heart swelled just as many times. I also loved that Evie wrote for the paper and it actually reminded me of how important the media is during difficult times. To keep people accountable, to keep people knowledgeable and informed…. I loved that she was a woman breaking some barriers in journalism as well. LOVED! This was our pick this month and perfectly timed because I really wanted to read this one ! ❤️


14 thoughts on ““If I drink much more tea I’m sure I will drown in the stuff.” – • Read this r…”

  1. I finished this book earlier this week and your review nailed exactly how magical it is. The audiobook version of it is amazing! Have you ever listened to, “The Guernsey Literary Potato Peel Pie Society”? This book hit close to home as this year I discovered I had British ancestors who were killed in action in this war in 1918 in France. It gave me a glimpse of what they went through.

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