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- Print Length: 260 pages
- Publication Date: February 18, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01ATTOP16
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Heat Level: 2flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5
Molly - Part One was a 4 star read.
We meet Molly who walks in on her dirtball boyfriend having a threesome. She ends up at her best friend Ryan’s place. Ryan and Molly have grown very close the past 6 months. Ryan ends up inviting her to move in with him.
Today is the first day of the rest of my life.
After Molly moves in things start to get a little intense between them sexually. As they both struggle with their feelings we get to know their friends and family a little better as well. I liked Molly’s strength but would have liked to see her stand up for herself a little more with Ryan’s mother. All I can say is I absolutely disliked Ryan’s mom, what a biatch. The additional characters added a great element to the story.
I have to say that I had major blue balls after this book. I enjoyed the story but the cat and mouse game, the feelings of betrayal if they did get together just grew to be repetitive to me. Don’t get me wrong I loved it and was really glad that I had Molly Part 2 on standby but I think both of these together in one book would be a huge satisfier. We do get left with a cliffhanger so make sure you have part 2 on hand.
ARC provided by author in exchange for an honest review. Reviewed by MAustin from Alpha Book Club
Molly was an unplanned, unwanted, unloved accident her parents barely tolerated. She has 2 grown older brothers who try to show her love but it's just not the same. Molly finds love, acceptance and escape in her best friend Hannahs family who live across the street from her childhood home. As Molly grows up she finds herself searching for the love she's never received from her parents. This comes in the form of one loser boyfriend after another. Then tragedy strikes, Hannah is killed in a car accident and Molly is devastated along with Hannahs boyfriend Ryan.
Ryan and Molly become best friends while supporting eachother through the loss of Hannah.
Through the process of their grieving they find themselves attracted to each other. But, both of them are fighting their feelings.
Which leads us to the wonderful frustrating ride of Molly and Ryan part 1.
I loved this book and couldn't wait to read part 2 luckily for me it was already in my kindle waiting for me. Part 2 I must say was even better than part 1.
Ryan is starting a new chapter after losing the love of his life in a tragic accident. When Molly appears on his doorstep crying in the rain, unexpected feelings surface. Will he risk the strong bond they share to take their friendship to the next level?
Molly, Part One is a thoroughly enjoyable read that is told in alternating points of view between Molly and Ryan. It is a cliffhanger, so have Part Two ready and waiting. I enjoyed the back and forth between the two characters. They became friends through Hannah, who died tragically, and supported each other while grieving. This puts a twist on their relationship – how will friends and family feel if they get together? What if they act on this mutual attraction that has developed and they end up losing their friendship? The reader can see Molly's character evolve into someone who can be on her own and love herself. I should say start to, but I have faith. I’m looking forward to reading the next book, and I’m hoping it continues to develop the characters and not just be obstacles for them to overcome.
Note: This book contains British slang. I loved it, but some may not.
Molly never tried to hide her salacious past and her knack for finding Mr. Wrong every time. Coming from a childhood filled with parents that didn’t loved and boys that lied by saying they did. Molly felt loved in those moments during sex when a guy needed her for his own pleasure. She didn’t think there was anything better out there for her. That is until something started to change between her and her best friend Ryan. Why was she suddenly drooling over his body? How was he turning her on with just a glance? Will her friends hate her if she pursues her feelings?
Ryan planned to marry Hannah and one car accident shattered the lives of many. He became closer with Molly as they each worked through their grief. She was his best friend. He knew she deserved such much better than the guys she chooses. He doesn’t understand how she can’t see how great she really is. So why was he imagining her naked? When did he start having feelings for her? Should they go for it?
Molly is book one in a series by Tracy Lorraine. I loved this book. I got very caught up with Molly and Ryan. These characters are relatable and very complex. The book leaves us with a huge cliffhanger. I was left begging for more. I am anxiously waiting to find out what happens next.
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