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Ryan's Letters by [Jillian, Jax]
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My dearest Larkin. Help me. I'm drowning.

It has been almost eight months since the love of his life, Larkin, passed, and Ryan Boone has tried to make good on his promise to her to keep living. The letters she left behind had helped him tremendously, but all of a sudden, he felt like he was drowning and only she could save him. The only way he could think to reach out to her was to write her letters, just like she did to him. He never thought that she would actually get them; after all, she was gone. But when he sees her sitting on their private dune reading his letter, his grief would never be the same.

Ryan's Letters, the sequel to Jax Jillian's first novel, Larkin's Letters, takes readers on a journey with Ryan Boone as he struggles to completely come to terms with his wife's death. That struggle becomes even harder when Larkin's ghost comes to visit him each time he writes to her. But when Lux, a beautiful new doctor, moves in next door and befriends Ryan, he must choose between Larkin's visits and a potential new love.

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  • Print Length: 224 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B017MTTCA0
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5.0 out of 5 stars Everlasting love 14 March 2017
By Stacy Landis - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Wasn't sure what to expect but was very well spoken story of love loss and love. I bet a lot of ppl wish they could talk to a love they lost. Very good read, loved it!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful read, more tissues needed!!! 16 September 2016
By Cheyann Pond - Published on
"Ryan’s letters" is the sequel to “Larkin’s Letters.” The first book left me in tears and a pain in my heart and the second definitely broke me. But it broke me in a good way, in a way, I would never wish I hadn’t experienced.

We follow Ryan as he is still trying to cope with the loss of his true love, his wife and lifelong best friend, Larkin which he lost nearly 8 months ago to her battle to leukemia. Ryan is simply drowning in his own grief and the need for Larkin and so he begins to write letters to her as she once did to him. He would burn them each night and sometimes, Larkin would visit him. With each visit Larkin paid to Ryan, she tried to help him move on. Tried to convince him it was okay to move on, it would be okay to love and it would be okay when the day came that she could no longer visit him. With each visit, I’ll tell you something, it was starting to heal him but my gosh it was breaking me to read. I grieved with Ryan, I loved with Ryan and I learned with Ryan. Through his letters and the help of Larkin, he really starts to get through his grieving and is able to start moving on with his life, including someone new in his life and learning to let them be there for him and letting himself be there for them.

Read these books! It will be worth your time and your tears because the writing is just as beautiful and magnificent as the story and the characters within it. These two books will forever remain on my favorites shelf and I will highly and happily recommend this book to my friends and anyone needing a gorgeous love story, a good cry, or both.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars thoughts on ryan's letters 15 December 2015
By hello-booklover - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Larkin’s letters had me in tears. Now Ryan’s letters has shattered me.Watching Ryan drowning in grief is so heartbreaking and as you see him fall in love again it is heartwarming. The feels from this poignantly written and beautiful book on moving on while feeling guilt over living is just amazing.

Ryan is drowning in his grief over losing Larkin. The only thing keeping him going is her letters and his promise to her. One day he reaches a low and this is when his world begins to change again. Larkin comes to him and begins to help him come alive. To try to do as Larkin asks and open his heart and move on, Ryan begins writing these very heartjerking, emotionally draining and shattering letters to Larkin that will just tear your heartstrings. He speaks of his despair and love for her. How he can’t go on and she is all that keeps him going. She starts to visit him to help him cope.

Suddenly we not only have this poignant exchange with Ryan and Larkin but now Ryan is dealing with a new neighbor Lux. Lux is lost in her own grief and guilt but is a genuinely nice woman. She is drawn to Ryan as he is to her but he resists. He feels guilty over talking to her because of Larkin. He tries to run but Lux is always there with open arms and heart. Larkin is trying to help Ryan with his guilt and show him it is okay but he is afraid. Afraid Larkin will go away if he gets close to Lux and he feels it is Larkin who is keeping him alive. It’s so sad and yet beautiful the love that Ryan has for Larkin. It is all encompassing.

As Ryan and Lux become close, Ryan begins to come alive again. But he is scared of leaving Larkin and disrespecting their love. It is Larkin who helps Ryan to see it is okay to move on and that Lux needs him like he needs her. Larkin helps him realize that their love will always be there surrounding him and that his heart has enough love and room to include another in his life.

this is the beautiful, poignant, moving, and amazing story of Ryan and Lux. Of Ryan letting go of his grief and learning to love again. Of him seeing that it is okay to move on and find someone. Of him seeing that Larkin will always be in his heart no matter what. Of Lux dealing with her guilt and fear. Of her finding love and trust with Ryan and her helping him to move on. This is their story and it will have you cry, laugh and smile as you see them find their way out of their guilt and grief and to each other as they find out how to live freely and with love in their lives for each other
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 5 Magnificent stars! 15 December 2015
By Ramblings From Beneath the Sheets - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I didn’t think my heart could be squashed any more that it was with Larkin’s Letters but dang was I wrong. Ryan’s Letters is even more heart torturing. We all know people who have guilt from continuing to live and this story is the picture of just that.

Ryan is simply trying to survive the death of his wife. His hope is wavering; his will is fading. He continues to survive on Larkin’s words given to him in her letters. He knows he promised her things but he isn’t sure he can uphold those. Ryan’s world is collapsing and he is done until Larkin comes to him and tells him to open up; to see the world and life he still has ahead of him. Ryan begins to put his thoughts on paper draining his emotions pouring them into you; the reader.

Lux has guilt of her own. She is lost as well. Ryan is drawn to her in an odd way but again feels immense guilt. Ryan is terrified of opening himself up and losing Larkin forever. I have no words that can serve this part of the story justice. All I can say is that Im thankful I have never had to deal with such a burden in my personal life. This was numbing sitting back and watching this all take place. You wanted to reach in and tell Lux and Ryan it was going to be okay. How do you balance continuing to love someone who isn’t there so deeply but having your heart start to slowly beat again over someone new? I have no words …..

We know this is fiction but I don’t know .. If I knew someone who was going through something like this I would give both of these books to them and just say … read and Im going to sit here until you are done. What a moving and painfully, absolutely terrific story. This series is not for the faint of heart but it is for the brave of heart. I highly recommend you click Larkin’s Letters and Ryan’s Letters up. These books are not difficult reads as far as the story line but they are gut wrenching but at the same time create a desire to seek out a love so pure and all consuming.

5 magnificent and brutal stars. ~ Amy
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Heartbreaking, heartwarming and AMAZING 10 November 2015
By Brittany's Book Blog - Published on
I can't express how much this book has affected me. A man who feels like he can't move on from his wife's absence and just the heartfelt that overwhelmed me and I sincerely felt my heart break for this man to have to feel guilt for living while his wife is gone. Now that is what you call true love right there!

Ryan seems to feel lost without Larkin and he has her letters to keep him alive and going with life. He starts writing her letters and pretty much just telling her how he can't go on and she starts appearing on him and helping him to find his strength and continue living on.

As Ryan is trying to cope with his grief and having Larking make appearances, he meets his new neighbor Lux who happens to also be in grief herself and they become friends. Although Lux is drawn to Ryan and he is to her, Ryan finds ways to avoid Lux and run from her, she in return is always there for him with open arms. He's afraid that if he moves on with his life he will lose Larkin forever, but Larkin keeps telling him that it's okay to move on and be happy because she wants him to be happy.

I was literally in tears with this book. I was sad that he was hurting so bad for the loss of his wife and also sad that he felt like he couldn't move on and be happy because she wasn't there with him to make him happy.

Ryan finally starts getting close to Lux and he seems to be more at piece when Larkin tells him that it's okay for him to love Lux and make her happy. Larkin will always be there for him no matter what, their love is strong and he will always love Larkin like Larkin will always love Ryan but it's time for him to move on and be happy with someone else and Lux needs him right now as much as he needs her.

This was beautifully written, emotionally sad, heartbreaking and moving story. Two broken people who come together and try and fix each other, cope with their griefs together and move forward and try and make each other happy. This book will have you in sad tears and happy tears.

​Very emotional and moving story that will stay with me that deserves more than 5 stars