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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.

About the Author

Jax Jillian was born in Albuquerque, NM but before she turned a year old, her parents moved east to Harrisburg, PA where she was raised. After graduating high school in 1995, Jax attended La Salle University (1999, B.A., Communication), Temple University (2001, M.Ed, Sport & Recreation Administration), and Central Pennsylvania College (2005, A.A.S, Physical Therapist Assistant). She settled in Philadelphia, PA with her husband and son before she became a writer. Jax found a passion for motion pictures at a young age when she remembers "getting lost" in films, and that passion ultimately led her down the path to writing. she loves "getting lost" in her writing and particularly loves writing heartfelt love stories with a touch of tragedy which she believes is the key to truly reaching readers. Jax is the author of Larkin's Letters and Ryan's Letters, two contemporary romance novels that have seen early success from reviewers, with both averaging 4.8/5 stars on Amazon and Goodreads. She is currently writing her third novel and aspires to write a screenplay one day. When not writing, she works full time as a physical therapist assistant and as a mom to her three-year-old son.

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  • Language: English
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9f93287c) out of 5 stars 20 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9fcaa918) out of 5 stars Heartbreaking, heartwarming and AMAZING Nov. 9 2015
By Brittany's Book Blog - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
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
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9faf79e4) out of 5 stars Heartwarming, heartbreaking and amazing book Nov. 9 2015
By Lorena Garcia - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
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
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa2b5dcfc) out of 5 stars CAN RYAN'S LETTERS TO LARKIN HELP HIM TO LET GO & CAN LUX AND RYAN OVERCOME THERE ISSUES A MUST READ Oct. 28 2015
By Darlene - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Ryan is left letters by his dead wife Larkin. Which he reads, when he goes back to their house on the weekend. Where she passed away. He writes a letter to her -then goes out their favorite place on the dune. Feeds the birds, sets up a bonfire an puts his fishing pole in the water for some night fishing. But he also takes and burns his letter to Larkin. This is weekly tradition.

Now he has a new neighbour. Ryan believes that they are sitting on his dune. But he soon learns that it is not her but Larkin. Larkin wants him to open himself to love again. He begins talking to his neighbour Lux -a doctor. Lux is dealing with her own emotional problem. Thinking that moving and starting over would help - she decides to buy a house next door to Ryan.

Can they help each other over come their problems? Will Ryan be able to finally let Larkin go?
I found out with a few sentences that she is a very emotional one. Ms. Jillian is able to bring so much emotion to her writing & into the story. You are able to feel all the emotions Ryan is going through. The grieving -the anger-love-disappointment-sadness-accepting- and letting go.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9fd2be1c) out of 5 stars Love this author Oct. 23 2015
By Honolulubelle - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Favorite Quotes:

“Dealing with sadness and grief made him feel like a fish out of water – unable to breathe. A feeling no one wants to have.”

“You are the day that keeps me breathing. You are the night that keeps me dreaming. You are the sun that keeps me warm, and the moon that lights my darkness. You are everything that I need and everything that I want. When I look into your eyes, I see my future. I want to be your breath, your dream, your sun, and your moon. But most importantly, I want to be your tomorrow.”

My Review:

On the heels of Larkin’s Letters, Ryan’s Letters is yet another deeply moving and well-written masterpiece by Jax Jillian. I don’t know how she does it, but she squeezes my cold heart and stings my eyes with her words, and she achieves this feat repeatedly and without being sappy. The plot is unique, interesting, creative, and relevant. Ryan’s sorrow and pain are palpable and intense, yet somehow the story is hopeful and not maudlin. I enjoyed the book and remained entertained and engaged from beginning to end.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9fc6ea04) out of 5 stars I recommend this book to those people who have a hard ... Oct. 21 2015
By Francine Alli - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
A sequel to Larkin’s Letters, Ryan’s Letters is a certified tearjerker with a HEA (happy ever after) ending. Following the journey of Ryan’s recovery from Larkin’s death, this novel reflects the reality of how difficult it is to let go especially of something that has been a huge part of our lives. Its ghost follows us, not because it wants to haunt us but because we keep looking for it. Moving on is not an instantaneous thing but a slow gradual process that hurts as much as it heals and this book perfectly reflects that. I recommend this book to those people who have a hard time recovering from a monumental loss or change, then again, that’s everybody. To date, this is one of my favorite series.

I was given an e-copy of the book by DRC Promotions. I was not compensated for this review. All conclusions are my own responsibility.