Henderson's infamous Molly DuVal is desperate to move back home. Banished for the past five years, she plans to use her aunt's wedding to show the Henderson elite that she is no longer the boy crazy, wild, party-girl exhibitionist they all loved to gossip about.
Yeah. Good luck with that.
Josh McCourt, mild-mannered AP Computer Science teacher and newest assistant coach to Henderson High's football team, is ready to break away from his low-key image and take a walk on the wild side. He's looking for the type of girl who'd sneak into the boys locker room after practice and let him chase her around.
He's looking for Molly.
When the bad-girl-turned-good faces off with the good-boy-looking-for-bad at the town's biggest wedding, all of Henderson is watching from the sidelines. This is one game both Molly and Josh are determined to win.
©2014 Liz Kelly (P)2016 Liz Kelly
This is an entertaining, short story and a nice addition to the Heroes of Henderson Series. It is certainly entertaining to listen to the bad girl trying to be good and the good boy looking for a bad girl! Molly and Josh make a cute couple and we will hopefully hear more from them in the coming books in this series. Charles Lawrence, once again, brings the characters to life with his wonderful narration.
Charles Lawrence smoothly brings each of Liz Kelly's characters to life giving each a voice of their own.
Book smart computer geek Josh has spent his life playing by the rules and he's tired of it. That is till he meets the infamous Molly DuVal, bad girl trying to be good, at a Henderson elite wedding.
Mr. Lawrence gave a new dimension to this DuVal Cousins Quickie aka Heroes of Henderson Series novella. Grab a lounge chair, an umbrella drink, and your ear buds, lay back and enjoy having someone read YOU a story for a change.
Molly's story made a wonderful add on to this series I it leads into the next book quite nicely. I love that you get to find out more about each couple as the series goes on which makes it so much fun to enjoy. each book seems to add another new person for us to find out. This was josh an Molly's story in which the hot nerd and the hometown wild girl make it possible for her to move back home was a fun fast story
Absolutely! I am enjoying this story and Taming Molly is a great addition to the series.
At the wedding when Molly and Joshua were dancing. Also, after the reception when they ended up at Joshua's house for the first time of being together. Joshua's character is such a alpha guy without the overbearing, in your face type. Everything that came out of his mouth was so romantic!
Joshua. I love the male characters that Liz Kelly has written just because they are strong, protective, good character and as I said so romantic in how they treat "their woman".
When Joshua was trying to convince Molly that there was more to her that what she looked like and he was telling her what type of person she really was deep down inside. It made her realize that her dad was the only other person who had ever looked at the real her.
Loved this story. Anxiously waiting for the next one! I do love the people of Henderson!
Love a yummy yet geeky hero and this book has a good one. High school computer science teacher Josh McCourt is ready to shake things up in his life and take a little walk on the wild side. Who better to help with that goal then Henderson's very own wild child Molly DuVal. Too bad she's trying to change her image since returning to Henderson. Will a bit of wild with Josh be too tempting or will Molly be able to keep on the straight and boring??
I actually listened to the audio version and with great narration it was very enjoyable. This was a fun quick story and I loved these characters. Definitely one I would recommend.
I love listening to Charles Lawrence! His performance is spot on, again, and I am giddy when I see his name as the narrator.
Wild child, Molly wants to move back home to Henderson from her exile. She has to get the town gossips to agree. Josh has wanted Molly since he met her once in high school. Josh is determined to bring her home, for himself.
I could submerse myself in the book by listening to it. For example, I could see myself at the wedding!
Josh McCourt - I liked that he was nerdy at one time.
Charles Lawrence has a wonderful smooth voice that allows you to listen without being antsy because the voice doesn't go with the story.
I definitely chuckled a couple of times!
I am looking forward to reading more of Liz Kelly's books!
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