Kailyn Lowry and Javi Marroquin's tumultuous relationship has turned amicable! Only months after Marroquin revealed his plans to publish a salacious tell-all book exposing his estranged wife's infidelity, the Teen Mom 2 star exclusively told RadarOnline.com that their relationship has improved.
"My relationship with Kail is a lot better," Marroquin told Radar at his manager Johnny Donovan's 30th birthday celebration on September 30. "Last time it was nasty, but now I feel like I let everything go."
Marroquin even hinted reconciliation could be in the future by revealing how he has "a lot of love for Kail" despite their split after nearly 4 years of marriage.
"I love Kail a lot," he said. "We text, I annoy her all the time still. I have to go over there and get my mail and stuff like that so I see her all the time. She invited me for dinner yesterday with the boys."'
The mother of Lincoln, 2, and Isaac, 6, from a previous relationship with ex-boyfriend Jo Rivera, has also sparked reconciliation rumors with tweets like "Deep down when I face it, all I want is you now" and "I love you and hate you it's so hard to explain."
But Marroquin, 24, insisted that he is not getting back together with his estranged wife.
"I do see those tweets, but I stay out of Kail's love life," he said. "Those tweets aren't towards me."
Even though the divorce is still on, Marroquin is rethinking his plan to slam his ex-wife in his upcoming book, Heartlessly Hustled.
"The only reason I was coming out with that book was to make sure my story was out," he said. "But Kail and me are doing really well so I guess we'll see. I'm willing to drop all of this. At the end of the day, I was mad and angry when I got home. Now I'm in a good place and I'm willing to let everything go."
But that doesn't mean Lowry will do the same when her memoir, Hustle & Heart, hits bookstores.
"I am a little bit nervous," he confessed. "I'm going to be one of the first ones to read it. I wasn't happy with what I saw on my computer, I hope she changed that, I hope she fixed it."
In August, Marroquin told Radar that he was inspired to write a book after he read pages from Lowry's upcoming tell-all.
"It's actually a response to Kail's new book coming out," he said. "Except mine will be the truth and what she actually did that ended the marriage."
He then revealed later in the month that infidelity contributed to the demise of their marriage.
"People she thinks are loyal to her now are still coming to me about certain situations," he said. "People I haven't even met. I don't know who you are and he said, 'Oh I was with her one time and this it what happened.' It's been rough, everyday."
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