Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Review: Can't Walk Away by Molly McLain

Title: Can't Walk Away

Author: Molly McLain


A convenient, casual, and completely orgasmic fling. What more could a girl want?

For the past year, barista Ally Barrett has been content to spend her weekends distracting River Bend’s hottest commodity—the sexy, too-serious sheriff. Their casual arrangement suits her independent nature just fine…until it doesn’t.

Sheriff and Army Guardsman Mark Dunn lives to serve the people of his community and his country. Ally is the only woman who’s never asked for more than his nights—and the only one he’s ever considered giving his days, as well. Too bad duty says otherwise.

When an unexpected pregnancy flips their no-strings understanding on its head—and tarnishes both of their reputations—Mark has a tough time proving he wants a real relationship and not just reelection. But if this sheriff knows anything, it’s how to fight for what he believes in—Ally’s heart.

Warning: This book contains a hero who’s all business and no play…unless there’s a dress and a hot redhead involved.


5 out of 5 stars

I really don't have much to say about this installment in the River Bend series other than Molly McClain has done it yet again. I thoroughly enjoyed reading about Mark and Ally and their complicated and unconventional romance. Molly McLain truly delivered a sexy, heartfelt romantic story and has proved without a doubt exactly why she is one of my all-time favorite authors! Seriously this book was so good and I highly recommend any lover of small-town romance invest their time in this book and series.

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