I’d never forgotten him—a man I’d yet to meet.
Griffin Quinn was my childhood pen pal, the British boy who couldn’t have been more different from me. Over the years, through hundreds of letters, we became best friends, sharing our deepest, darkest secrets and forming a connection I never thought could break.
Until one day it did.
Then, out of the blue, a new letter arrived. A scathing one—one with eight years of pent-up anger. I had no choice but to finally come clean as to why I stopped writing.
Griffin forgave me, and somehow we were able to rekindle our childhood connection. Only now we were adults, and that connection had grown to a spark. Our letters quickly went from fun to flirty to downright dirty, revealing our wildest fantasies. So it only made sense that we would take our relationship to the next level and see each other in person.
Only Griff didn’t want to meet. He asked that I trust him and said it was for the best. But I wanted more—more Griff, in the flesh—so I took a big chance and went looking for him. People have done crazier things for love.
But what I found could change everything.
Five Star Review by Lorena
I LOVED THIS BOOK HARD!
My heart hasn't calmed down yet from how much it hurts from this book. And it hurts in such a good way and the love I feel for both Griffin and Luca is just out of this world.
Luca suffers from anxiety and a condition where she can't be around people because of something that she experienced in her late teens. She lost a friend at a concert and ever since she just can't get over it and refuses to be around people otherwise she loses her sh*t.
Griffin and Luca were pen pals since they were in grade school. To have kept in touch for so many years and from two different countries, I found that extremely cute. To have such a friendship the way they did and continued it on for so many years is just amazing.
But when Luca experienced that horrible tragedy she lost her will to continue to write to Griffin and just stopped. For 8 whole years they lost communication until one day Griffin decides to write her a hate letter while in a drunken haze and that's where their reconnection began. From that point on this book took a turn that I was unable to unglue myself from my kindle. I finished this book in one sitting and I have to say that my heart is so content with the way their story evolved.
I am so in love with Griffin and besides him having fame, that didn't change him, it didn't make him a different person. He might have changed his name to Cole Archer, but he was always the same Griffin Quinn and that's what made him such a beautiful man.
I think Dirty Letters is the best book yet by these magnificent authors.