Two Lovers for Molly

Third in the Lavender Lace series.

Molly Ross is tired of dating losers. Her latest failed attempt has left her exasperated with the male species and is fed up with the same ol' song and dance. As a struggling writer, Molly knows what she wants in a guy, but she just can't seem to find him. Then she meets Julian. Julian is hot, listens when she speaks and the sex is hot! He wants to introduce her to his family and really create a lasting relationship with Molly. Then a blast from the past, in the form of Lane Edison, returns to town and Julian is dismayed to find he still has feelings for Lane. But despite these feelings, he knows he's also fallen in love with Molly. So what's a guy supposed to do? After reading some of Molly's work, Julian knows exactly what to do.

The relationship between Molly and Julian felt real and like they had the makings for a 'happily ever after' story. The introduction to Lane, while hot, seemed like he wasn't a permanent fixture. I'm not sure if there is a future for all three- the ending seemed abrupt and I didn't get the "they can make this work" feeling. All in all, it was a great book. I really enjoyed the friendships Molly enjoyed and the relationship between Julian and his sister.


Book Blurb for Two Lovers for Molly

A chance meeting with Julian Forrest changes author Molly Ross’ mind about her bad luck with men. Julian is not only gorgeous, but intelligent and charming.

Julian loves Molly’s sexy underwear. It makes his mouth water every time they make love. In less than a week, he knows he’s falling in love with her. Then Lane Edison comes back into Julian’s life. Despite being apart for a year, one kiss from the handsome man and Julian tumbles. He wants both Molly and Lane, but doesn’t know how that can happen…until he reads a threesome scene in the book Molly is writing.

Molly loves Julian, yet feels an instant attraction when she meets Lane. Discovering the two men were once lovers is a huge turn-on. When Julian suggests a ménage à trois, she’s more than willing to let the two men fulfill her fantasy. 


Night Owl Reviews Aug, 2010 4.50