Letters to Molly (Maysen Jar Book 2)
by Devney Perry
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 fifteen 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.
Title: Letters to Molly (Maysen Jar #2)
Author: Devney Perry
Publication Date: June 18th, 2019
Shelves: Contemporary; Romance;
Format: Kindle (386 pages)
We have known Molly Alcott while reading The Birthday List and we know how she and Poppy’s brother, Finn have fallen apart and are now divorced and living for their kids.
If you are not a fan on cheating, let me tell you that Molly does not cheat on Finn, at least not from my point of view, because at that time they were separated, and he has decided to divorce her.
After 6 years of being divorced, they find themselves in bed after having too much wine. I am a sucker for second chances and this book had it all. I loved how Finn sees Molly in a new light.
“What are we doing?” Molly whispered as she stood up. Her hand went to her lips, wiping them dry as she paced the office.
“It was just a kiss.”
She stopped pacing. “Why are we kissing?”
Because I couldn’t stop. Kissing her was as natural as breathing.”
Their story is as real as it gets. Heartbreak and longing to hoping for something that will heal all their problems away. I have always known that love is not the answer to everything, and this book proves how communication between couples is a golden rule.
Molly and Finn will find themselves unable to break apart, having off the chart chemistry. Finn’s letters will give Molly a prospective on his thoughts and feelings. The only catch is that these letters are not all shiny and bright, they are raw and deep.