They're the red-hot letters written by a Hollywood screen legend who had fallen in love with a Midland lady.
Errol Flynn was appearing at the Birmingham Rep theatre when he began a relationship with Ledbury lass Marjorie Bickham.
The Adventures of Robin Hood star seemed to think he had found his Maid Marion when they met at the Malvern Festival in Worcestershire in 1934.
The letters, which have just been sold by auctioneer Fieldings for £1,000, give an insight into the life and times of the flamboyant star of the silver screen.
They appear to suggest Flynn was madly in love with Marjorie whom he had met at the start of his career.
In one, he tells her: "I know I shall think of you until I go to sleep."
Mr Flynn, who starred in blockbusters like The Charge of the Light Brigade, The Sea Hawk and Captain Blood, seemed to really have Marjorie on his mind - in one letter he wrote: "I don't know what to make of it - women should keep their place and not obsess people's minds.
"I left Malvern thinking of you - drove to the middle of England with you still along, reached the border and you were still most insistently present."
On occasion, he seemed to have been desperate to meet up with Marjorie.
He wrote: "So you're free on Wednesday evening - okay - will you dine with me that night?
"I'll ring you up at the Forum Club in the evening - if you're out or anything, I'll leave a message and ring again. Gosh I'm keen to see you!"
Another time, all normal rules of grammar take a back seat while gushing Errol remembers a tender moment in a letter which can only be described as a stream of consciousness.
He wrote: "They're playing a tune now we know but can't think of the name of it and I know it so well - we danced it together or at least you did and I trampled you underfoot and I couldn't get you to look at me and I didn't like to ask you to go into the garden with me, and when we did go I wanted like the very devil to kiss you but for the life of me couldn't think how to set about it - very puzzling indeed that, for it's a sorry admission that I'm not normally at a loss in such matters."
The letters have never been seen before and were written one year before he married his first wife, French actress Lili Damita in 1935.
The letters were kept by Marjorie's great niece. All are addressed to Marjorie who lived at Hilltop Fruit farm, in Ledbury, Worcestershire, and sold for £1,000 at Fieldings Auctioneers in Stourbridge.
Marjorie went on to marry her husband, Brigadier Humphrey Kemball, in 1944.
He received the Military Cross after he was injured while fighting in Dunkirk for the 1st Battalion, Lancashire Regiment.
The couple never had children but lived all over the world, moving for Brigadier Kemball's work in the military.
She died aged in June 1997 aged 83 while her husband passed away last year aged 94.
Fieldings' director Nick Davies said: "The letters are very flowery and very much in the style of the period.
"I think they are a fascinating insight into Errol Flynn and how his mind worked and his persistence."
Mr Flynn, married three times, had a reputation for womanising and hard drinking. He died in 1959, aged 50.
Birmingham Rep productions were an annual feature at the Malvern Festival in the 1930s and the troupe included actors destined to make it very big in America.
Mr Flynn shared Birmingham billing with Claude Rains who also appeared in The Adventures of Robin Hood, as evil Prince John.