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Publisher's Summary

Chris Harrison, the beloved longtime host of ABC's The Bachelor, explores the perils and rewards of risking everything for love in his first novel.

As the longtime host of ABC's hit shows The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, Chris Harrison has witnessed the joys and heartbreak of men and women searching for everlasting love. A true romantic at heart, he believes that everyone deserves their own fairytale ending. Now, in his first work of fiction, Chris draws on his unique insights and wisdom in a remarkable debut novel that explores love and its consequences - a must-listen for Bachelor fans and hopeless romantics everywhere.

©2015 Chris Harrison (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved. Produced by arrangement with Dey Street Books, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers. All Rights Reserved.

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  • Patricia L.
  • 2015-12-20

Sweet Second Chances - Excellent Debut

The Perfect Letter is a sweet second chance romance with a touch of suspense that made this quite a pleasant escape from the stresses of my crazy life. I thoroughly enjoyed the mostly likeable characters, engaging story and the setting right here in the great state of Texas. This was an excellent debut by Harrison and I never once questioned the authenticity of a male author writing a female pov. I know gender should never play into decisions about which books you read but it's hard not to be skeptical about a male romance author. Well done Mr. Harrison!

The narrator did a fantastic job with this book and I will certainly look for other books in her portfolio.

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  • Stew
  • 2015-06-04

Impressive

I was impressed with Chris's writing. Who would have thought that he can be a writer. I really enjoyed it and found myself on edge with what life she will choose.
Overall I thought it was great. I hope he continues to write more.
From Kentucky

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  • Texasrodie
  • 2015-05-22

It was painful

Would you try another book from Chris Harrison and/or Tanya Eby?

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Any additional comments?

It was painful to watch Leigh, who was suppose to be smart enough to become a talented editor, make so many stupid decisions. Who would be so stupid as to walk out of a bank with a million in cash (by the way, I really to do think a bank would let you withdraw a million in cash)

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  • hailea lusher
  • 2021-02-15

fantastic

way better than I anticipated. worth the read and a glad addition to any library.

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  • Taunja Bates
  • 2021-02-09

Surprisingly Great Listen!

Chris Harrison surprised me with this book. I am an avid Bachelor fan. I saw this book mentioned on one of the episodes and I was like really??? The story is not about a beautiful girl falls in love with a handsome guy ONLY. Lots of background drama. Excellent story line!
The narrator is not the best on the guys parts but not bad enough to not listen.

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  • Fifi
  • 2021-02-03

Not good :(

I love Chris Harrison, and was excited to see his book featured on The Bachelor. I couldn’t wait to get it! However I am very disappointed.

The characters are one dimensional— all their actions predictable. So much missed opportunity for character development... one spent 10 years in prison, one moved to New York alone as a teenager... could have really taken a character from boring to interesting. But it didn’t. No details of those experiences. Just constant stating that it happened.

There were absolutely no twists and turns... the entire plot was point A to point B. Don’t get me started on the boring love scenes... they could have been written by someone who has never had sex. I am from Texas... and appalled at the stereotypes conveyed throughout the book.

I can’t even comment on the narration. Would give zero stars if I could.

Sorry Chris. I wish I could love this book as much as I love you!

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  • Jill G.
  • 2021-01-19

Way to go Chris Harris

The book was great but the narrator wasn't good. Her man voice sucks. Great story

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  • Chelise M.
  • 2020-10-24

Chris Harrison writes a captivating story!

The story itself was really good and captivating period there were some steamy moments that were well written and not awkward. I didn't love the voice reading it, is she made the main character sound over exaggerated and panicked the entire time. sometimes that was hard to get past and at moments it felt cringy. I would have much preferred to hear Chris Harrison read his own book!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-09-07

Great story.

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  • Bonnie Schultz
  • 2020-07-10

It was OK

In my opinion the narrator needs a bit more practice and learning how to show different emotions. When the main character Lee should have been angry, sad, shocked or surprised her emotions as she spoke never changed for me. Which made Lee, the main character seem Simple minded to me...I think the story and the story line would have gone better had the narrators voice changed with the emotions.