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    Loved it!

    Loved this! Sean's a bit pushy but you have to love him for it. In this fantastic friends to lovers story Sean and Molly will definitely have you chuckling and you really see how great they would be together if they would just admit it already! This is a fun sexy read that will keep you entertained all the way through. I highly recommend it.
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    Sean and Molly's story

    This was hard for me to rate. On the way the story flowed alone, I would have given it 4 stars. But, Molly ruined a big chunk of the story with her "OMG he couldn't really like me". Sean and Molly were friends for years, and it took Sean moving in for the feelings to come to the surface. I feel like Molly made it seem like Sean never had feelings for her, but when the "big reveal" happened, he talked about having feelings for her too. Maybe not since she was 15, but I felt like it was unfair to Sean that Molly acted like she did. Molly projected her insecurities onto the situation, and made Sean keep it a secret. She knew it hurt Sean to do it, but she didn't really think about his feelings. The whole "I'll make a decision for the other person because I know best" thing always bugs me. Molly should have had a discussion with Sean about everything instead of pushing him away. I REALLY wish there was a confrontation between Sean and his mother. That situation felt glossed over. I do think that Sean and Molly belonged together when Molly got over her self. I liked the ending, and I would like to see what happens with Brody. I voluntarliy reviewed an advanced readers copy of this book.
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    ... couldn't help but fall in love.

    Reading Mira Lyn Kelly is like basking in sunshine. Whether full on exposure or flickers of light hiding below the surface, I always have a good time. Just This Once feels like a been there moment. There's a little Molly and Sean in us all waiting to break free. Molly is searching for solid ground but afraid to take the leap. Sean needs to learn how to breathe without a fear of being left behind. With a deep friendship like theirs when emotions get in the way, will falling in love prove a challenge too great to survive? With sassy dialogue, flirty chemistry and laugh out loud scenarios, I couldn't help but fall in love.
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    3,5 Stars

    Molly and Sean have been best friends for years and have never crossed the line. When he takes it upon himself to evict her roommate and move in with her, the game changes and neither he nor Molly can ignore the chemistry and rightness of things between them. This is the first book in this series that I read and I really feel like that put me at disadvantage. There's lots of mentions of things that happened in previous books that aren't explained enough to make sense to someone jumping in and I never felt like I understood the foundations of the relationship between Molly and Sean. I did like this book and maybe my feelings about it will change after I read books one and two of this series. *This is my voluntary review of an advanced reader copy*
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