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You will love this sweet and clean romance. One elegant leading lady and 20 hot guys. What could possibly go wrong? Michelle knew she wouldn’t meet her forever husband on a reality dating show. This was just for fun. You never know what might happen when surrounded by 20 hot guys, none of whom shared her values. Running from his past, Ashton rides the waves to the pinnacle of his career as a professional surfer. He’s just arrogant enough to think he stands a chance with the elegant leading lady playing the part of bachelorette on the dating show, Love Letters. Until he figures out she’s a Mormon. Even before he makes the mistake of calling her out in front of the other guys he knows she’ll never choose him. Good girls don’t choose bad boys and there was no way he could hide his secrets from Michelle. Or could he?

©2019 Julie L. Spencer (P)2020 Julie L. Spencer

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Fantastic!

I was given a copy of this audio book for an honest review. This charming, sweet romance is beautifully written. Talk about a crazy journey to find love...with tv cameras to boot. I really enjoyed liatening to this story. Abigail Carson did a wonderful job narrating.

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Who Wants to Marry a Mormon Girl?

A super fun and sweet listen. Very reminiscent of The Bachelorette, Love Letters is a reality show that has 20 men vying for the affection of Michelle. I enjoyed getting to know the characters, and found myself rooting for a happy ending.

Julie L. Spencer did a fantastic job of giving us a wide range of characters and a sweet storyline. I look forward to checking out more of her stories

Abigail Carson really brought the story to life. An entertaining performance.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.

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Love Letters

As a fan of the Bachelor/Bachelorette franchise, I was curious to see how the author handled her fictitious show in "Who Wants to Marry a Mormon Girl," called Love Letters. Overall, she did a very nice job. I liked how each date focused on the passion and interest of one particular man, regardless of whether it was a solo date or a group outing. And I liked the idea that instead of giving out roses, love letters were written back and forth. What a great opportunity to level the playing field for the guys who weren't always the best when they were around the other contestants.

When Michelle first was chosen for the show, she wasn't even auditioning. So it seemed like she went into it with a little too cavalier of an attitude, viewing it just as a show. But as she started to get to know the men better, it became real to her.

Victor catches her attention early on, despite the guys all seeing right through the cad. But Ashton? Well, he challenges her and disappoints her, and she can't quite seem to keep him out of her head...

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Fun listen

This story packed fun into a short story. Never watching the dating shows on TV, it was interesting to listen to the actions of the gentleman trying to win a girl. My only disappointment was the story ended before I thought it should. I was anticipating a entire series for the show in the book. so when it b ended it was shocked.

I do recommend listening to this book. I was provided a copy.

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Cute start to series

There are several reality TV series that I have read or listened to in the past. Despite that I enjoyed this first book in Julie Spencer’s dating series. I really liked a few of the characters that were introduced. Brock was one of the characters that was really sweet. He will be featured in the next book. Ashton was determined to change his life for the better after meeting Michelle. I found Michelle to be a little naive. But she was still likable.

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Clean story on a reality TV Darin show

I listened to this book on audible. The story moves pretty quick and smoothly and it has a fun plot. I am not a fan of the bachelor/bachelorette tv shoe, but I did enjoy this clean take on a reality tv show.
There is some religious references to the Latter Day Saint faith, but the book is not overly religious. Overall it was a nice, sweet romance book with believable characters and a HEA.

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It was predictable but cute, I enjoyed it

it was really enjoyable even though it was predictable. a little bit like a Hallmark movie for Mormons. I would definitely listen to another one of her books. The author has a good voice which is super important.

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Sweet reality tv love story

Fantastic love story with a hint of religion but not overbearing. I resisted reading this book because I don’t share the Mormon beliefs. I’m glad I finally listened to the audio because I was pleasantly surprised in how great the story was! There were some aspects of religion but just enough to build the characters. I enjoyed the struggle the female had in fighting the one she didn’t want to love and the womanizing sweet talker who “pulled the wool over her eyes”. The plot kept you frustrated but rooting for the good guy! Read this book before the next one to better appreciate the guy in the next book. The narrator did a great job and helped bring the story to life.

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Love Letters

I absolutely adored this book! Such a cute fun story! The narrator did a great job. I highly recommend this book.

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Very fun book!

Very cute book! If you like the Bachelor or Bachelorette you’ll like this. I thought the premise of the love letters was fun, and the author was very well versed in the “Mormon” (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints) culture and religion. Often authors can make members of this church come off very gimmicky, peculiar, or inaccurate.
The love story was sweet and fun, perhaps a bit obvious... but a great “beach read”.
I received this book for free in return for an honest review.

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  • 03-22-20

Fun read

Well, this was fun. An easy read to make up for a difficult day. I have to admit some parts seemed a little ridiculous to me (e.g. when he sees her in her capped sleeves and modest neckline and almost immediately falls in love) but besides that it as a good breezy listen. Don’t know if I’ll read the next in the series...