SHOULD'VE BEEN HOME YESTERDAY

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From the beginning of the prologue to the very last page, readers will feel like they know these characters thanks to the direct, insightful writing style and a great deal of sexual tension. Molly and Webb have been waiting for years, so they have plenty of pent-up feelings to explore. The action and suspense mixed with a sweet and steamy romance makes this an excellent weekend read.

Molly McCreedy has always been sort-of in love with Webb Hawkins, her brother’s best friend. However, tragic circumstances keep them apart. Webb has spent the last 13 years trying not to think of Molly, but they reconnect while drunk at a friend’s wedding and she ends up pregnant with his baby. Webb wants to fix a mistake made years ago, so he decides that marriage is the answer — but he isn’t sure he deserves her. Meanwhile, a crazy eco-terrorist with a grudge against Hawkins Hardwood tries to use Molly to destroy Webb’s business. (CARINAPRESS.COM, dl $2.99)
Reviewed by: 
Anna Dougherty