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When flaky Las Vegas hairdresser Molly McLaren overhears a Russian hit man planning to kill a US congressman and take out Hoover Dam in the process, she becomes a target for murder. Now, on the run from the assassin and a dirty cop, she winds up in an eighteen wheeler with an ex-cop sporting a bum leg, a bad attitude, and a body built for loving.Grey Wilson just wanted toWhen flaky Las Vegas hairdresser Molly McLaren overhears a Russian hit man planning to kill a US congressman and take out Hoover Dam in the process, she becomes a target for murder. Now, on the run from the assassin and a dirty cop, she winds up in an eighteen wheeler with an ex-cop sporting a bum leg, a bad attitude, and a body built for loving.Grey Wilson just wanted to be left alone. No more Las Vegas. No more casinos. And no more floozy women like the one his best friend sent him to pick up on the side of the road. She talks fast, but her endless curves and sensuous nature make him want to slow down. Which is not in the cards. Grey knows he needs to unload his excess baggage. And quick.But when someone tries to kill the Vegas beauty, Molly captures his heart with her backbone of steel, and brains to boot. Now in order to grasp the future that had once seemed impossible, Molly and Grey need to keep Hoover Dam, the congressman, and their love from being blown sky-high....

Title : Molly Gets Her Man
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ISBN : 9781622662074
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 250 Pages
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Molly Gets Her Man Reviews

  • Reanell Tisdale
    2019-05-17 12:57

    4.5 hot steamy Grey stars!This is the first book I've read by Julie Rowe and I will say it will NOT be the last. I devoured this story! It has everything I enjoy in a book. Hot alpha male, strong lead herione, AMAZING HOT SEX SCENES, and angst! The story starts out with Molly running for her life(literally) and jumps into the semi-truck of Grey Wilson(a friend of her brothers that she has never met). Upon seeing him, she tries to get back out of the truck….he was a beast of a man, and big men frightened her because of something in her past.Grey was supposed to get her to safety and then continue on his way. Only he has trouble of his own to worry about. And it just so happens to be connected with the trouble that Molly found herself in as well. Molly opens up to Grey and gives him a little insight to who she is, and Grey is very intrigued.The sexual tension is through the roof between these 2 and I couldn't' wait until it finally cracked. And I was not disappointed! Julie writes good sex!! Damn good sex!! I was having hot flashes reading this…Grey is HOT!Once I started reading I couldn't put it down until I finished. I can't wait to read more from Julie in the future!

  • PaulaPhillips
    2019-05-21 10:36

    To the untrained eye Molly McLaren looks like another bimbo blonde working in Las Vegas as a hairdresser but beneath the bimbo outlook , Molly is actually quite intelligent and used to work for the public court system as a translator and can speak fluently seven languages. During one of her hairdressing sessions , Molly overhears a Russian planning to assassinate the Senator at an upcoming event. Molly informs the police and the next thing she knows is that they are after her as there must be a leak in the police department. Molly's brother Mike was in the Special Forces and has enlisted the help of an old buddy of his Grey who was also on the Police force but is currently on leave due to a sting gone bad. We learn that his sting and Molly's Russian are connected . What happens though when they discover that the Russian has put a hit on Molly's head and now wherever they go - someone is after her. Can the pair make it to safety and warn the Senator or will their be bumps and injuries along the way as Molly and Grey encounter a number of people wanting them both dead - especially Molly which since Grey is slowly falling in love with is definitely not going to let that happen even if it means resorting to violence - which is a little difficult since Molly is a pacifist . Molly Gets Her Man was another fast-paced romance novel filled with action and adventure , foriegn languages and a novel where what you see on the surface ain't nessecarily what you get.

  • Nicole
    2019-05-28 05:52

    1.5 stars From the description, this book sounded like something that I would really enjoy, and I'm sad that this did not turn out to be the case. Molly was an interesting character: she spoke several languages fluently, kept a cool-ish head in dangerous situations, and had overcome a lot in her life. I didn't have a very high opinion of her decision-making skills, though: who tries to nonviolently negotiate with people who've twice tried to kill you?? That's not optimism in humanity, that's idiocy.There were so many things in this book that didn't make sense to me, as a person with at least a passing familiarity with logic. For instance, would any reasonable politician or his staff go forward with an event when a credible death threat had been made against him? At a specific event? By a suspected murdered? No. There's idealism, and then there's stupidity. I don't always have the greatest opinion of electorates, but I have to believe a man this dumb wouldn't have made it into office. The entire third act of this book makes no sense, in light of events that took place in the middle.I get the feeling that Grey is kind of a terrible cop. (view spoiler)[He doesn't seem to understand strategy well (Molly's plan is kind of terrible, but it's not her fault, since she's not actually trained to do this stuff) and a person sharing the same hotel room as him is able to GET UP FROM THE SAME BED, GET DRESSED, AND SOMEHOW LEAVE THAT ROOM WITHOUT HIM KNOWING. Forget police work, how did he survive Afghanistan with such lackluster instincts? After reuniting with Molly, why doesn't he do something productive with the bit of downtime that they have like, you know, confirm the identity of the different law enforcement officers who Molly had encountered since initially going to the police? This is why cameraphones and email attachments were invented. (hide spoiler)] He is seriously like the worst. cop. ever.Likewise, his buddy Mike seems like a terrible brother. (view spoiler)[How is he the one who tries to convince Grey that using Molly as bait is a good idea? Wouldn't a brother be at least as unwilling to offer up his sister as bait as a guy who she hasn't even known for one week? (hide spoiler)] Aside from finding somebody to pick up Molly and being far too interested in her sex life, Mike doesn't seem overly concerned about his sister.I didn't find Molly and Grey's relationship to be believable. I'll admit, the "we fell in love in three days" stories are always a tougher sale, but plenty of authors are able to pull it off. I wasn't convinced here. At all. I have no trouble believing that they really like each other, but I wouldn't place bets on their odds of still being together five years in the future. I figure that they might break up once they get to spend a solid month together.(view spoiler)[Also, what was up with all the unprotected sex? They didn't have one conversation about health or birth control Knowing somebody's brother or fellow soldier doesn't tell you anything about that person's sexual health or birth control methods. Not unexpected, given these two dim bulbs, but still disappointing. (hide spoiler)]Overall, I found this to be a pretty underwhelming book.

  • Margaret
    2019-05-18 05:40

    Rating: 3.5 StarsMolly McLaren is an out of work translator who has been working as a hairdresser in Las Vegas while trying to find a new job. When she overhears one of her customers having a conversation in Russian about an assassination attempt he is planning, she does what any good citizen would do – she heads to the police station to report what she heard. Unfortunately, Molly soon finds herself on the run from the Russian mob. After calling her brother for help, he sends his old army buddy to rescue her.Grey Wilson is on administrative leave after a drug bust gone bad. With a bum leg and a scarred heart, he just wants to be left alone to bring the drug lord who caused his pain to justice. When his old army buddy calls and cashes in a favor, he finds himself dodging bullets and bad guys to keep Molly safe. When things heat up, including the attraction between Grey and Molly, Grey knows he’ll do whatever it takes to keep Molly safe, especially when he realizes that the people pursuing Molly are the same ones he is after.This was a fast-paced romantic suspense story with some heat and romance, lots of action, a grumpy hero, and a spitfire heroine. I enjoyed the story and it was an easy read, but I would like to have had a bit more backstory, especially on Molly, who seemed like a really complex character with a whole lot of emotional scars and baggage. Some of her issues were touched upon, but I would have liked to have learned more about her. The action seemed to overtake the romance at times, which was great from a page-turning perspective, but I would have liked to have seen more development with Grey and Molly’s relationship since things moved awful fast to get to their HEA.Overall this was a fun, quick read that left me smiling at the end.I received an eARC from the publisher in return for an honest review.

  • Tanya
    2019-06-01 09:36

    Rating 3.5 (rounded to 4)Molly is an out of work translator working as a hairdresser when she overhears a plot to kill a senator. Unfortunately, her report to the police is intercepted by a plant in the police department, and hence she is wanted by the Russian mob. She calls her brother, who sends his buddy, Grey, to pick her up and get her out of danger. Thus begins the romance of Grey and Molly, on the run from the mob. This book begins with action and doesn't slow down much all the way through. That is a great thing. I was drawn into the story right away. Unfortunately, the pacing and action too precedence over the romance, making the love they felt not as convincing, nor the ending as realistic, even given it is a romance. The twists and turns of the suspense were interesting and kept me guessing a bit who was aligned with who. I liked that part, and thing the author did a very good job with that. I would have enjoyed more backstory and insight into our hero and heroine though. All the story was present with very little about their pasts, their personalities, motivations, etc. I didn't feel that much of a connection to them, or feel their connection to each other. Some of their actions felt inconsistent with their situation, especially Molly advocating nonviolence while being shot at. Throughout the book I debated between 3 and 4 stars in rating, stuck at 3.5, 3 being too low and 4 a bit too high. I rounded, but really 3.5 is what I would have given it if I could have. I liked the author, and would read more of her books. It was a good light read with some suspense/mystery, but a little too light on the character development. All in all though, I do recommend it.I received a complimentary ARC ebook via Netgalley for an honest review.

  • Zarith dol
    2019-06-03 06:54

    4 stars with 5 stars potentialFrom Las Vegas chase to Dam Hover it is a story of suspense with budding romance along the way. A murder threat of a Congressman is made in side a salon down-town Las Vegas(mob really need to watch his mouth)salon, is heard by his hairdresser, our heroine Molly who fluent in at least 7 languages. As a concern citizen, she reported the threat but little that she knows the police is under the mob boss pocket. Now, she is on the run for her life with the help of her brother friend a DEA agent on leave Grey. Grey is injured after being betrayed by his former fiancée who involved in his case. He undercover (alone) to gather evidence against a drug lord who got away. As a favor to his friend, he helps Molly, little that he knows their case collided and they on the run to save the congress and clear their name. So not helping the situation is the combustible spark btw him and his friend sister. Will they made it alive with possible HEA?I loved the plot, loved the hunky hero Grey (squeal), he is protective alpha male all the way, but my problem? the heroine. She is smart and spunky who can speaks 7 language on her way to become UN translator, but her sense of security or survival plan really made me think her head screw is loose. She willy-nilly just heads to danger regardless the consequences. Thank god there is Grey that keep her together or she got killed early on the story. So much potential to be more, but character development need to be retouch. A good story, a clever plot for your weekend reading. ARC by netgalley for an honest review

  • Amy R
    2019-06-04 11:34

    Molly Gets Her Man but Julie Rowe is a sexy romantic suspense story with two very interesting main characters. The story is engaging from the beginning and keeps you interested and entertained until the very end.In Molly Gets Her Man, Grey is doing one of his brothers in arms, Mike, a favor by helping out Mike's sister Molly. Molly is on the run after she overheard a drug lord's assassination plan (and realizing the police were in on it, too). The thing is, Grey happens to be looking to take the same drug lord down. And so starts the adventure.I was worried when I first read about Grey being this huge, muscled alpha guy, thinking he would be a little too cookie-cutter alpha hero for me, but I was pleasantly surprised. Molly came in and while I would have liked to get to know her better, what I did know I enjoyed. Her determination to use words rather than violence was a challenge for Grey, and a good one. The two of them complemented each other well. Considering the story took place over just a couple of days, I was a little surprised at how quickly Grey and Molly's relationship fell into place especially given her abusive background. However, given the plot, I think the romance was built up in the right places.The overall plot of the story was engaging and kept you reading to see how things were going to end up. If you like hot romantic suspense, I recommend you give Molly Gets Her Man a try.

  • Tory Michaels
    2019-05-26 05:44

    I found this to be a delightful read. I didn’t have any issues with any of the characters (which in and of itself is a minor miracle). I didn’t guess all the twists and turns (another wahoo factor in favor of the book), and the ending was quite satisfactory.Molly – smart (although I will admit she makes a couple of really stupid mistakes/decisions and nearly pays for them with her life), determined, and not about to turn the other way because she thinks she might endanger herself. There’s something to respect about a woman who’s willing to report an impending crime, even knowing the type of man who would perpetrate that crime.Grey – wow. I liked his role working as part of a drug task force with the FBI even though he’s a San Francisco police officer. He had his own couple of stupid moments, but they were forgivable. He simply underestimated how stubborn Molly could be.This was a pretty non-stop book with a lot of twists, turns, and wondering just who was in bed (not in a sexy way) with whom and who was going to get killed/caught before all was said and done. I really enjoyed my time with the book and hope to find many more Ignite-esque books by Ms. Rowe in the near future.

  • P.e. lolo
    2019-06-09 10:35

    In Molly gets her man, Molly is, Molly McLaren who speaks seven different langue’s and is working in a hair salon in Vegas, after being fired as a court interpreter. While working there she over hears a man name Petrov Gronzney, tell two of his men that he wants a certain elected official killed. Somehow they figure out that she can understand what they said and now she is in danger. She calls her brother but he is still in the Army on base and cannot leave. He calls one of his buddies and former Army brother, who is on leave from the San Francisco P.D. from an injury. His name is Grey Wilson, and he saves her there in Las Vegas but they are now on the run. They are also getting to know each other and for this difficult because she was in a bad relationship and she is now leery of big men and Geary is a very big guy. But as they work on saving her in a way she is saving him from some of his issues also and they find out that it is easy to talk to each other than any other relationship that either one of them had been in before. This is a fast paced story with a lot of action but I don’t want to give away what happens. I found this to be a quick read and a very good story. I liked the two main characters also. I got this book from net galley.

  • AlligatorSmith loves to read
    2019-06-13 09:59

    Molly is truly a funny and feisty character, and Grey is a hunky hot alpha cop on medical leave trying to clear his name. Both are suffering from PTSD for different reasons, and they end up together when Molly's brother enlists Grey's help when the Russian mob goes after Molly after she hears an assassination plot.I've read one other book (Hollywood Scandal) by Julie Rowe and really enjoyed that one for its unique characters. This one, I enjoyed for the romance; the Hitchcock-esque trip around the West, including the Hoover Dam; and especially due to the heat between Molly and Grey. Add in that Grey is the best friend of Molly's brother AND that Grey served in the military, and this book was a good read for me.I recommend it for those who like their romances with hot alpha guys, some romantic and sexual heat, and a little bit of suspense thrown in.Thanks for reading!And thanks to the author, netgalley, and Entangled for a review copy. As always, my review is based on my own personal reading of the book.

  • Erica Hearns
    2019-05-30 10:42

    Publishing today from Entangled Ignite, Molly Gets Her Man by Julie Rowe was not what I was expecting from the Goodreads description. I’m going to be honest with you all (because that’s what they provide me the free books for), this book isn’t one where you get your brain all involved with the ins and outs of politics and probability. This is a book that carries you along on a rollercoaster ride of drama, emotion, a bit of hilarity and a potent sexual chemistry that singes the pages. But that’s getting ahead of myself.Summary: Molly McLaren is a Vegas Hairdresser looking to turn her luck around. In fact, she’s interviewing for a position in her real line of work in less than a week. Then she overhears a plot to kill a US Congressman and contacts the police. Only she suspects someone in the police department is dirty, because the Russian mobster she overheard is after her. She calls her brother for help, and he sends his old army buddy, Grey Wilson.Read More

  • Books With
    2019-06-09 07:42

    The benefits of reading Molly Gets Her Man:1. It’s like The Fast and the Furious meets Beauty and the BeastEnjoy fast-paced action and excitement? Molly Gets Her Man is jam-packed with them. The ride starts at page 1 and never stops, rollercoasting from city to city, encounter to encounter with Molly McLaren and Grey Wilson, neither of whom are what they seem. Molly, petite and blonde and decorated in tight pants and rhinestones, is a court translator fluent in 7 languages. Her goal is to achieve world peace through nonviolent negotations. Grey, on the other hand, is an ex-military cop who towers over the majority of California at 6’4″ and can probably benchpress two people Molly’s size. His goal is to keep Molly McLaren safe, no matter what the cost to the rest of the world — or his own heart. Join this unlikely couple as they are tossed together by fate (and a Russian mob) in an 18-wheeler and forced on the road, which nothing between them except the gear stick and their painful pasts.*ARC Provided

  • Cheryl Sanders
    2019-05-25 07:51

    Molly overheard some Polish mobsters plotting a assassination. Grey is supposed to keep her safe but she's afraid of him too. It's PTSD from a past abusive relationship. Is it possible to be attracted to and fear the same man? Can she get over her fear of large men and let Grey keep her safe? She keeps sneaking off and trying to do things her way, which isn't always the better way. All she wants to do is to talk her way out of things and that doesn't always work in the world of Polish mobsters.What an amazing story line! This book wasn't overly long but there was a lot of story in these pages and the character growth was perfect. Grey is such a teddy bear. Molly is very head strong and stubborn, even though everyone thinks she's a blond bimbo. It broke my heart when she cried in the end. I am definitely keeping an eye on this author!I was given a copy for an honest review.

  • CassandraG
    2019-06-04 08:40

    Molly gets her man when she meets up with Grey who’s only there to pick her up for a ride to somewhere. Things get complicated when Molly overhears a murder plot by the Russian mob and they get a glimpse of her and then the shooting starts and Grey wonders what her brother has gotten him into. Molly for her part is just trying to stay alive and hoping to hell she doesn’t get any deeper into the frying pan with ever he has to keep it that way. It was a good clean fun with a lot of wit and on occasion a few good shots that managed to miss the heroine. Molly was really likeable and so was Grey and it was nice when they actually managed to hook up and get Molly’s brother’s blessing, though he did have some doubts about it. An enjoyable the guy she just met. He assures her that he’s the good guy and she’s safe with him and he’ll do what- read you’ll enjoy.

  • Janet
    2019-06-09 10:35

    I thoroughly enjoyed the thrill ride Julie Rowe took me on with this book. I suspended my beliefs and went along for the ride and I wasn't sorry. It has it all; really intriguing characters, fully faceted and sexy, a strong if fantastical plot, twists and turns, sexual tension, passionate sex scenes, clever dialogue and quirky secondary characters and situations. I read way too late into the night with this one, but I'm not sorry and I will definitely read more from the author. *I received my copy from NetGalley.com in exchange for an honest review.

  • Patricia
    2019-06-15 06:44

    Grey is a very alpha male who comes to the rescue of his friend Mikes sister Molly. Molly over hears a plot to kill a Congressman and so the adventure begins. I have to admit I had many LOL moments along with some OMG I want my own Grey flashes. The heat factor in this book was hot but not offensives to those who don't like hot sex scenes (don't fret there are some hot moments for those of us who like passion filled bedroom scenes) and the author offered up enough to appease all.

  • MBR
    2019-05-16 11:48

    Requested ARC Review: Molly Gets Her Man by Julie RoweRating = 3.5/5Caliber SEAL: FAVORABLE READ Final Verdict: Favorable combination of laughter, heat & non-stop action. Review goes live at 00:00 hours MVT, January 27, 2014!

  • Sej
    2019-06-05 07:38

    The book had a lot of potential to be a 5 star if the characters and plot were more fleshed out. But there's no doubt that the author is talented and I'll be reading her latest book to see if she has improved.

  • Emma
    2019-05-23 07:51

    An action packed, quick read. Great chemistry between the hero and heroine. I couldn't put it down.