Books by Molly O

B+
My Wicked Prince

He was my stepbrother. My Prince Charming. My fairytale gone totally wrong... My mother marrying the king was supposed to give my mom and me our happily ever after. But my life has never been a bedtime story and no prince with a fancy shoe is turning me into a Cinderella. I had big plans ...

B+
Crazy Thing Called Love

Maddie Baumgarten married Billy Wilkins as a teenager, right as his hockey career took off. Their inability to find a healthy balance in their relationship led to divorce, with Billy turning into an angry violent enforcer and Maddie becoming Madelyn Cornish, the hollow and perfect morning anchor of ...

A
Redeemed

I loved Redeemed, even with its dark subject matter and deeply flawed characters. Ms. O’Keefe has a masterful touch and capably leads the reader out of the darkness and into the light as the story concludes. Though I’m often frustrated by short stories, this is lush with detail and engaging from ...

B
Never Been Kissed

Sometimes I buy a book to read for pleasure, but I end up enjoying it enough that I just can't put it aside without reviewing it. Never Been Kissed was one of those. It's not perfect, but I did enjoy it quite a bit. Things get off to a rather action-packed start in this novel. Bodyguard Brody Bax ...

C+
Can't Hurry Love

I should have paid more attention to the wording of the Can’t Buy Me Love review. Another reviewer here at AAR called it a “powerful dark contemporary.” Since I had already reviewed two books by Molly O’Keefe, I felt pretty comfortable in my familiarity with her style. Still, I was very surp ...

B+
Can't Buy Me Love

Molly O’Keefe is one of my favorite category romance authors, so I was eager to read this contemporary romance. At first I thought this was a light sports romance, when a wealthy, dying 89-year old man sends photos to his children of his gorgeous, young blond fiancée sitting on his lap. But other ...

B+
His Wife for One Night

Do you ever get a prickling of excitement when you first realize that a book has the potential to be a great read? I do, and by the time I finished reading chapter two of His Wife for One Night the tingling of expectancy was going strong. Happily, that feeling stayed with me throughout the whole boo ...

A
Tyler O'Neill's Redemption

There are about a hundred romances each year about a bad girl who returns to the small town where she grew up and gets entangled with the local sheriff – but very few where the bad boy returns to get involved with the female chief of police. Which is why, as soon as I had read the synopsis of Tyle ...

B+
The Temptation of Savannah O'Neill

I'm the first to admit that I'm a sucker for Misunderstood Heroines. Throw in a Tortured Hero and a Self-Righteous Small Town and I'm all over it like white on rice. So when I read the cover blurb for The Temptation of Savannah O'Neill, I knew I had to read it. Lucky for me, my instincts steered me ...

A-
The Son Between Them

I didn't have much hope for this book. The cloyingly sweet cover, combined with a secret baby plot and the Mafia, left me cringing. Happily, I was wrong - very, wrong. When done well, a series romance can pack a tremendous punch and Molly O'Keefe's The Son Between Them, is a complex, emotion-packed ...