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    ***4.5 STARS***

    Molly and Finn Alcott. Finn and Molly Alcott. No matter which way you twist it these two will have you in knots as unsettled emotions are exposed. After being divorced for six years, Molly is finally in a space where she is content. She's upgraded Beluga—her trusty minivan—the business she manages is thriving, her kids are happy, and her and Finn have entered into a well-oiled co-parenting zone. Finn is not the angry person he was in The Birthday List, the first standalone in the Maysen Jar series. Towards the middle of said novel, Devney Perry allows readers to witness Finn's transformation which is related to his treatment of Molly. However, Finn breaks readers' hearts when instead of telling Molly he wants to get back together—he reveals he wants to start dating. Six years later, Finn's dating life hasn't gone as planned. One night the careful life Finn and Molly have been living is no longer intact. Lines get crossed and an affair ensues. Molly is skeptical and resistent to attempt a relationship that previously crashed and burned while Finn is steadfast in his pursuit and optimistic at the prospect of a second chance. The letters start arriving. Each one possessing the ability to either fill you with the giddiness of first love or strip you bare with the rawness of emotion harbored in the words! These letters not only force Molly and Finn to address the downfall of their marriage but they give readers insight into the maritial issues that causes Finn and Molly to drift apart. A second chance romance, Letters to Molly is a love story that is just as beautiful and heartfelt as it is ugly and heartbreaking.
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    Review: Maysen Jar 2: Letters To Molly

    Letters to Molly by Devney Perry is the second standalone contemporary romance book in her Maysen Jar series. A second chance romance that will both break and mend your heart. The story of Finn and Molly is beautiful and heartbreaking. And such a real life glance at how sometimes life just happens and even two people who are madly in love with each other just can't always make things work. The raw honesty of emotion in this book was touching. I was often indignant at various things the characters said or did knowing how I would have felt if I had been on the receiving end but the sheer effort of trying and trying and just keeping on despite failures was a journey I enjoyed every second of. Even if some of those seconds were sad and a little teary. Devney Perry is a MUST-READ author for me. I loved this! Enjoy! And if you haven't read anything else by her - start now. Don't wait!

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