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  • Couldn't put it down!

    I loved it and couldn't put it down! Molly’s a bit standoffish in the beginning, but you can tell she’s putting up a front because she’s been hurt. As you learn more about her past, you begin to understand her better. It’s as if she’s trying to convince herself that she doesn’t need/want a man and she’s focused on getting this job... and then she meets Jake. Jake - who she’s got all figured out... except he’s got her number, too! The push and pull between them was so good, and I loved the dialogue between them! They’re like real people with their issues and baggage. I also loved the chemistry between Molly and Jake. Their romance seemed so natural to me. I wanted Jake to clear up his “situation” sooner so I could get over my angst of what was going to happen; however, their romance just kind of...developed naturally. It wasn't like Jake went to a bar looking for a relationship - Molly sort of slipped in past his defenses unintentionally. In real life, sometimes relationships just move in a direction that surprises you, and I feel like that's how it happens here. It would’ve been awkward for Jake to spell out his life story at any old time. Even though it caused me some worry, I understand why we had to wait for the right moment for Jake to share his full story - just like we had to wait to find out what was going on with Molly. Everything ties together in a meaningful way by the end — and even though it sounds like an issue, there’s nothing to worry about in terms of cheating! This book was well written with great character development. I always love the dialogue in all of Casey’s books... conversations are so realistic! I can’t wait for the next book!

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  • Steamy and Emotional Romance

    Finding a Husband is my own book, so naturally I like it—but these characters are so close to my heart. Why? First, let’s talk about Molly. She made one heck of a big mistake when she was still a kid, and is dead-set on not repeating history. That fact, along with her dim view of her parents’ choices, is hampering her ability to see any man—but especially Jake—for who he really is. Until she can figure it out, though, she’s going to keep insisting she’s fine and keep finding herself alone. Poor Jake is laboring under a similar burden. He, too, has a huge screw-up in his past. Much like Molly, he’s been trying awfully hard to be good ever since. However, where Molly feels she owes it to herself to get things right, Jake feels like he owes everyone else. It’s a recipe for misery, with no obvious way out. No one needs love more than these two—they’re hurting and trying so hard to be strong. When they fall for each other, they fall fast and hard and… They fall…before they’ve tied up all the loose ends in their pasts. (And listen, I know how it sounds—but trust me when I say that Jake is a gentleman and would never cheat on that inconvenient fiancée of his. It gets sorted.) They fall…before they’re really ready to trust each other. Good thing love won’t take no for an answer, because their chemistry is off the charts. When Jake and Molly finally get their happily-ever-after, you’re going to want to cheer for them just like I did!

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