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‘Watch out Molly Todd. I just might have to marry you.’

Devney Perry has this unique ability of writing such beautiful stories with incredible heartfelt emotion and romance. Her style of writing is flawless, her stories enthralling and emotionally haunting at times. Her characters have real-life issues, trials, and tribulations but they all have that one important thing in common, soul mate love. It was heart-breaking in parts, funny in others and so incredibly sweet and romantic too.

‘Some mistakes were unforgivable. Some mistakes came with a regret that lived like a monster in your soul.’

Letters to Molly begins at the end as it revisits the past and continues in the here and now. It was brilliantly written in order for us to understand how Finn and Molly started where their story began. We, of course, met them in The Birthday List as Poppy is Finns sister and Molly’s best friend. Whilst this can be read as a standalone we highly recommend reading book one in this series first as the emotional history is so relevant and so very poignant to this second book.

“The letters might force us to deal with some old wounds, but we’re not getting back together.”

Finn and Molly’s marriage sadly broke down at a tragic time yet both struggle to move on six years after their divorce. How do you move on from your soul mate when nothing has been resolved and your heart still resides with them? Molly and Finn dance around each other cloaked in friendship and parents to their young children. That deep connection has never been severed yet both know it’s too late. But what if….

‘About half had been written with a full heart. The other half, a broken one. One of them was catastrophic.’

When letters start arriving in Molly’s mailbox written by Finn but not sent by him, she’s thrown back into the past hearing the evolving voice of her ex-husband baring his heart onto paper. Is a second shot at romance possible or is the past too heavy for them to carry into a new chapter? Betrayal, anger, hurt and loneliness are hard to forget and move away from, especially as healing has far from begun.

‘Where had we gone wrong? How could we be this good and lose it all? How could we throw this away?’

Finn loves with his entire heart, but he’s stuck in limbo. Having to confront his inner pain and his feelings so openly with Molly is long overdue yet necessary. He must strip himself down to his broken heart and lay it all out for Molly to understand his part in their breakup. Examine his feelings and consequent actions, which is not easy. Molly must work hard too in order to understand and be understood in return. Their journey is full of ups and downs, tears and laughter. It highlights hope, strength, and love.

“We stopped fighting for each other and fought for ourselves instead. In the end, I think it –us- got to be too much and we gave up. I’m sorry.”

Bravo, Devney Perry for writing what must’ve been a difficult story to write as it deals with the hardships faced in a marriage made with love. The external influencers, as well as the strain of a breakdown in communication, makes it hard; finding your way back is not easy. However, when the heart refuses any other, you must listen to its words!

“I’m going to try and win her back.”

Synopsis

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.

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