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body { font-size: 14px; line-height: 1.6em; } .aplus { min-width: inherit; } NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERMore than 2.3 million people watched as Jeremy and Audrey Roloff shared their vows and committed their lives to each other. Now for the first time, the former co-stars of TLC's hit show Little People, Big World share their imperfect, resilient, and inspiring love story.As Jeremy and Audrey write, if you can fall into love, you can fall out. True love is something you choose to live out each day through your actions, decisions, and sacrifices. To find and still seek, now that is love. From the moment you meet your potential spouse, you can be intentional about shaping a beautiful love story, uniquely written for who God created you both to be. Whether you're single and searching, in a serious dating relationship, or desiring to love your spouse better, Jeremy and Audrey equip you to pursue an intentional, creative, and faithful love story by sharing theirs.The journey to their wedding day was the culmination of a bumpy and complicated dating relationship. From health problems, to emotional walls, to being separated by one thousand miles, the couple faced daunting obstacles. But their unique approach to dating empowered them to write an uncommon love story and prepared them for married life. Because as beautiful as their wedding was, the Roloffs made a point to prepare more for their marriage than their wedding day.Told through both Jeremy's and Audrey's voices, A Love Letter Life tells a passionate and persevering story of relatable struggles, hard-learned lessons, practical tips, and devout commitment. In these pages, they encourage you to stop settling for convenient relationships, offer perspective on male and female differences in dating, tackle tough topics like purity, give their nine rules for fighting well, suggest fun ideas for connection in a world of technology, and provide fresh advice on how to intentionally pursue a love story that never ends. Read more Read less options.iframeId = iframeId; options.iframeWrapperId = "bookDesc_iframe_wrapper"; options.overriddenCSSId = "bookDesc_override_CSS"; options.encodedIframeContent = bookDescEncodedData; options.initialResizeCallback = resizeCallback; BookDescriptionIframe = new DynamicIframe(options); P.guardFatal("bookDescription", function() { BookDescriptionIframe.createIframe(); }) (); if ((typeof BookDescriptionIframe != 'undefined') && (BookDescriptionIframe instanceof DynamicIframe)) { P.when('jQuery').execute(function($) { $(window).resize(function() { P.guardFatal("bookDescription", function() { BookDescriptionIframe.resizeIframe(resizeCallback); }) (); }); $(window).bind('imageResize', function() { P.guardFatal("bookDescription", function() { BookDescriptionIframe.resizeIframe(resizeCallback); }) (); }); }); } });

Customers Reviews

A book with a good core message

3.0 out of 5.0 by Stefanie on April 6, 2019
I read this book because I am fascinated by people who are different than me. From a quick look, the Roloffs could not be more different than me and my husband. Our values are at complete opposite ends of the spectrum. As someone who has what she would consider a fairly successful marriage, I was also curious to see what these two had to say about relationships.I think the core principles of this book are things that anyone could agree on, regardless of their faith and beliefs. 1) Communication is key. 2) Marriage is hard work. 3) You should get to know someone before you actually marry them. 4) Complacency is very dangerous to a marriage. Hearing their love story and the struggles they went through as a long distance couple reminded me of the first year my husband and I were together. We spent our entire first year apart with me being in NY and him being in SC. We saw each other in person every 2-3 months but most of the time was spent in totally different states. This forced us to learn how to communicate with each other right off the bat, and I think our marriage is stronger because of it.Where I think the Roloffs lose a lot of people is the constant talk of Christianity. I understand and admire that God is a big part of their life and their marriage, but I honestly believe if they toned it down just a bit that their overall message would be heard so much louder and clearer. The overall message of this book is a great one that many people could learn from, but I think the Roloffs are isolating themselves to a specific fan base by constantly talking about God. It is entirely possible to live a “love letter life” without Jesus being a part of your life. I don’t think one way is better than the other, and I don’t think the Roloffs do either honestly. They seem like good, honest, caring people. Unfortunately there are a few times the book comes off as a bit preachy.Regardless, this was an easy read with an excellent overall message. There would be less divorce in this world if people actually abided by some of these principles instead of rushing into marriage. My curiosity about how other people live their lives would probably prompt me to read another book by them as it was much better written than I anticipated. However, if you are not a religious person or if you are easily offended by people who talk about religion a lot, this is not the book for you.
I would recommend it to everyone!!

5.0 out of 5.0 by MaureenB on April 2, 2019
As a book blogger I read a lot of books. Good and sometimes bad ones! When I read the first chapters of ‘A Love Letter Life’ I immediately knew this book was not only good, but life changing. Jeremy and Audrey have a way of writing that engages and inspires there readers from the very first page. From the moment I started reading I was hooked, and didn’t want to stop reading. And I think what makes their story so good, is that it isn’t perfect. It has its flaws and therefor feels real.I’m not a religious person, but I have always felt intrigued by faith and religion. Reading this book doesn’t only make me want to work harder to have a more intentional marriage with my husband, but also makes me want to learn more about faith and religion. I feel inspired to do more with my life and work harder in my marriage.‘A Love Letter Life’ has already changed me, and I would recommend this book to everyone out there. - Team Love Letter Spreaders
beautiful love story with random Christian preaching, a side of guilt, and sex shaming.

3.0 out of 5.0 by paige on April 25, 2019
I pre-ordered this book because I have followed Jeremy and Audrey’s story from The TV show Little People Big World, and I occasionally will listen to their podcast. I like to learn about other people and their beliefs even though they are different than my own. I am a Christian as well but I found the book to be very close minded and unrealistic for many people to live up to these standards, but to each their own and what works for them is great. I just don’t think it’s the most realistic “advice” for the majority of people and there were many parts of the book I just skipped over because it went from a beautiful love story to all of a sudden being belittled and a feeling of guilt while being preached to. The love story of the Roloffs is beautiful, but totally unrealistic for the majority of people. Every day, gifts, gestures, and every date referenced in the book has a theme or corny meaning behind it and I just found it exhausting to even think of having to constantly be “creatively pursuing” let’s be real for the majority of us Life is hard.Finances are tight. Family’s are messy. Relationships are complicated. Distance is tough. Medical hardships can ruin relationships. death of loved ones effects relationships. It’s just not realistic to be so PERFECT, and that’s okay! You don’t need to have every thought and interaction backed up by some corny quote or theme. Just being there for your significant other and finding your own jive and groove as a couple, whatever that may be, is PERFECT. I’m not trying to bash this book because I actually enjoyed it, I just skipped over the many Christian word of advice throughout, but it worries me to think young adults are going to feel less than because they don’t have this creatively beautiful perfect “love story”. Also I just don’t agree with the loosing the purity battle chapter. Young women and men who have made their own choice to be sexually active before marriage please do not feel that you are worth anything less than a virgin on her wedding day because your just as worthy as any woman or man it’s your choice to choose when and with whom you want to have sex with. The book is okay, I’m glad I read it I’m just not fully invested in the same ideas and values as the Roloffs which is totally, okay!
Never too old to read about a young love story!

5.0 out of 5.0 by Jaime Gerdes on April 2, 2019
I have been happily married for nearly thirty years and still found this book incredibly insightful, with good reminders to keep the course.
A unique perspective on dating

5.0 out of 5.0 by Heather G. on April 2, 2019
This is a beautiful and innocent story of first love. It's a picture of love, the way that God intended. I'm encouraged that there are young people who still want to get to know each other and lay a foundation of friendship before letting romance come into the picture. It's beautiful how they became friends first, then he patiently pursued her until they were both ready to be in a relationship.