My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Wow, what a book. This was a fast read, as Molly's books usually are for me. So hard to put down!. I love the spin to the normal 'Christmas Cottage' theme. This had nothing to do with the holidays but we still got the horrible Winter weather and being stranded. The only reason this isn't a 5 star is due to editing. Maybe I catch too much but there were missing words. Easy enough to know what it was supposed to say though. Doesn't take away from the story at all.
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Rush by Molly McLain
He’s a stranger. An unexpected surprise. A risk I have no choice but to take, thanks to this blizzard.
I shouldn’t want him. But his touch and his kisses… They’re the perfect distraction. Until this passes, anyway.
My instincts said I’d be fine, but I should have listened to my head. Things that are so easy…so comfortable…so perfect… Are usually too good to be true.
No matter how potent the rush.
**Rush is a standalone novella.**
Look for Rush on Amazon & Google Play on release day!
Molly McLain lives in a tiny Wisconsin town with her husband, three kiddos, and a sassy German Shorthaired Pointer named Tucker. She’s addicted to fountain soda, jelly beans, Chris Lane and Shinedown, and she been scribbling down love stories since she was old enough to daydream about hunky boys and happily-ever-afters. Now she turns those daydreams into steamy, small town novels.