Nineteen days after her wedding, Jemma was in a car accident. After waking from her coma, she has no memory. She doesn't remember her husband Braxton, her family, even her own name. After being discharged from hospital, Jemma moves in with her mother to continue her recovery. That's when Braxton starts writing her letters. These letters become Jemma's lifeline, snippets of a life she can't remember. In Braxton's words ' what we had was far to beautiful to be forgotten.'

I absolutely adored this book.

This beautiful story takes the reader on an emotional journey through the loved filled past of Jemma and Braxton. This story is a roller coaster of emotions and will definitely touch your heart.

The inclusion of the letters in this story was a truly wonderful addition. Having what is such an emotional time for all the characters broken up by these beautiful, touching and sometimes funny letters, really enhances the story and helps to add another dimension to these characters.

I love the characters in the book. They were so relatable and so well-developed, I couldn't help but feel with and for them. I love reading about characters that I can relate to. People that could be family, friends or neighbours. Being able to recognise everyday people in these characters really drew me into this book and heightened my emotional connection to this story.

I honestly can't think of a negative hing to say about this book.

It is hard to find a book that is as heartwarming as it is heartbreaking, Jodi Perry has delivered readers that book.

This beautifully tender story will have you reaching for the tissues, wishing you had a love like Jemma and Braxton have.

Nineteen Letters by Jodi Perry is a must read for everyone who has a heart, it will stay with you long after the final page.

Published by Geramie Kate Barker