Recommended by Camélia Bardon

Camélia Bardon
In this beautiful story - and unfortunately only 3,100 words long, because for me I would read another 31,000 -, the author gives us all the best there is: an epistolary, historical novel (and the author's dedication to portraying both the period and relating it to them to the MCU), Bucky (lol) and an original character who is simply passionate. It's wonderful to follow the couple, who begin with an exchange of provocations until they reach a sweet and intense love. And we suffer, see? You will laugh, you will cry a lot but in the end it will be worth every moment. Come here and see this beautiful work ♥
"THERE", "THEIR", and "THEY'RE"

"There" refers to a place. "Their" indicates possession. "They're" is a contraction for "they are." Ex.: There is a beautiful garden. Their house is nearby. They're going for a walk.

"ENSURE" and "INSURE"

"Ensure" means to guarantee or make certain. "Insure" refers to obtaining insurance coverage. Ex.: Please ensure the door is locked. We need to insure our new car.

Recommended by Camélia Bardon

Camélia Bardon
In this beautiful story - and unfortunately only 3,100 words long, because for me I would read another 31,000 -, the author gives us all the best there is: an epistolary, historical novel (and the author's dedication to portraying both the period and relating it to them to the MCU), Bucky (lol) and an original character who is simply passionate. It's wonderful to follow the couple, who begin with an exchange of provocations until they reach a sweet and intense love. And we suffer, see? You will laugh, you will cry a lot but in the end it will be worth every moment. Come here and see this beautiful work ♥