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Letters to Molly

Maysen Jar Series, Book 2
Series: Maysen Jar, Book 2
Length: 9 hrs and 55 mins
5 out of 5 stars (49 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Molly Alcott didn't expect to open her mailbox one summer morning and find an old letter stuffed between bills and a supermarket flyer. Penned in familiar handwriting, dated over 15 years ago, the letter was written to Molly after her first date with the man she'll never forget. 

Week after week, new letters appear. Each marks an event in the history of their epic love affair. Each heals a wound. Each holds the confession of the man who still owns Molly's heart. 

The letters are full of promise, hope, and love, but truth be told, Molly wishes she could unread them all. 

Because the man who wrote these letters is not the one sending them.

©2019 Devney Perry LLC (P)2019 Tantor

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I love a good Second Chance romance! This book was hard but oh so rewarding. Molly and Finn were divorced when things got hard but it seems they never stopped loving each other. Hearing them grow and struggle through their past and come out better was so good. I was rooting for them in The Birthday List and I was so happy when Letters to Molly came out. I love books with mature characters without useless drama and bad decisions created just to give a story excitement and this was exactly what I love in a romance story. This was a beautiful love story even with all the ups and downs and bumps in the road, maybe all that made their story even more beautiful.

Teddy Hamilton was amazing as always! He is perfect for the nice guy every time! Jillian Macie isn't a name I recognize but sounded familiar, she was great and I will be looking for more of her work.

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AMAZING BOOK!!

I have seriously been waiting for this book since finishing the birthday list and it did not disappoint. It was so good and just like the letters raw, real, and open. The whole story was elevated by the narrators. I can not recommend this book enough!!

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Molly and Finn

Heartbreaking and heartwarming second-chance romance about a divorced couple finding their way back to love.
Devney Perry writes beautiful stories, and Teddy Hamilton never fails to give them heart. Jillian Macie is new to me but was excellent also.

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  • Mandi
  • @AudiobookObsession
  • 07-03-19

Be stil my heart!

wow, this book was everything!! I absolutely loved every minute and did not want it to stop! Finn and Molly are perfection and heartbreak rolled into one. such an amazing story you guys! and the narration was spot on perfection!

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Amazing

Beautiful love story. Gave me all the feels. The narrators did an amazing job too. Thank you Devney for another great book.

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Best second chance romance

I’m a Devney Perry fan. I read or listen to every single one as she as they release. I actually received an ARC of Letters to Molly. However, I waited to review the audible. I was skeptical about Molly, I’m not going to lie. But I needn’t have been. Devney Perry never disappoints. The prologue introduces you to Finn and Molly, who obviously have chemistry and they have that it factor.
By chapter one they’re divorced. What! That wasn’t what I was expecting!
Their story begins with their ending and their second beginning. Oh how I love Devney Perry’s flair for creating unique characters and beautiful stories.
Teddy Hamilton and Jillian Macie did a wonderful job bringing Letters to Molly to life.
Is it too soon to listen to it again?

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Good story with great characters ⭐⭐⭐

Of course I was trolling for a Teddy Hamilton audio and found this one. I liked his character Finn. I won't spoil it but the ladies will get it. A surprising female twist within the storyline too. No his character Finn wasn't perfect but he was a great dad and overall loveable person flaws and all. I like my Teddy just a tad sexier and dirtier but this was a refreshing book. Good family storyline. I did give 5 stars for the narration!!

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Team Alcott!!!

This book gave me all of the feels. I laughed, cried, got angry, and fell in love. Molly and Finn have been divorced for years. Molly has spent those years blaming herself for the end of her marriage, and not allowing herself to be happy. Finn has spent those years blaming Molly for the destruction of their marriage, and searching for happy.
I love the growth this couple has together. The letters helped these two find their way back to each other, and taught them to communicate. The feelings in this story are so real, so raw, so powerful. I cannot say enough about how wonderful this book is. The narration is AMAZING!!!

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Loves Second Chance

Molly and Finn are matched up by Finns sister Polly.they fall in love. Molly tells Finn that she likes to get love letters. He writes them, but never sends them. Someone else does.
Finn and Molly are divorced, trying to keep things separate, Molly keeps Finn at arms length. Then one night things change between them, the letters start arriving in the mailbox and their relationship changes as well.
I liked reading this story with its angst in love, relationship and life.
It was fun trying to figure who sent the letters and why. What a surprise it was.
I would definitely recommend this story whether you read it or listen. It is very good.

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  • Sarah31
  • 06-18-19

A Beautiful, Realistic Story Working at Love

It feels like I’ve been waiting and wanting this story for much much longer than the just over a year it’s actually been since I finished The Birthday List, but this was definitely my most anticipated read for this year, and it certainly didn’t disappoint.

When The Birthday List concluded and Molly and Finn went their separate ways, I was upset, but I got it, I understood, marriage is hard and people make mistakes, they stop fighting for each other and start fighting against each other and there are things that are said and done that are unforgivable, but I had still been rooting for them from start to finish. You don’t get angry with, and you aren’t hurt by the actions of someone who means nothing to you, to be in the place Finn was in, you had to love someone so much that it was unbearable to think of Molly as anything but perfect.

6 years on and Finn has been dating numerous women whilst Molly has lived the penance she decided for herself after she made a mistake, solitude. A life spent working hard at the restaurant, taking care of her kids and doing things alone whilst they are at Finns house, and just existing, rather than living.

After a few too many glasses of wine and another mistake made, Molly wakes to find a letter in her mailbox. It’s not been sent through the mail and the writing on the envelope isn’t one she’s seen before, but the writing inside is a different story. This is a letter Finn wrote to Molly after they first met, it’s sweet, heartfelt and romantic and Molly has never seen it before in her life. After the second letter turns up, Molly confronts Finn asking why he’s sending them now, but Molly soon finds out Finn isn’t the one sending them, but who is? and Finn is even more scared as the first 2 letters might bring up happy memories, but he knows what’s still to come won’t end the same way.

I can’t say too much without giving too much away, but this story is the one I didn’t know was missing from my life until I read it, it left me in pieces because it was utterly perfect in its heartbreak and love and everything in between, but now it’s over and I wish I could experience it all for the first time again as it is a rollercoaster ride of angst, anger, hurt, forgiveness, healing and ultimately a forever love that’s stronger than ever. I never wanted this journey to end, but I’m so grateful Devney decided to write it, it was the perfect ending. This is a story I will read over and over to take in everything I missed and experience all the feelings again and again.

Let me just finish by saying, the epilogue to this story is one of the best I’ve ever read, I don’t think I’ve ever been crying heartbroken tears then burst into laughter at the same time. Absolute perfection!