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"Tate Bravo...I'm pregnant..."Mayor Molly O'Dare had sworn she would never end up like her granny or her mother before her: pregnant and unmarried. Yet here she was expecting Tate Bravo's baby. The very man who thought her town was his town....Now, not only was Tate proposing marriage, he was "demanding" she marry him--again...and again...and again. The secret passion they "Tate Bravo...I'm pregnant..."Mayor Molly O'Dare had sworn she would never end up like her granny or her mother before her: pregnant and unmarried. Yet here she was expecting Tate Bravo's baby. The very man who thought her town was his town....Now, not only was Tate proposing marriage, he was "demanding" she marry him--again...and again...and again. The secret passion they shared drew them together; his constant proposals were tearing them apart....Until, with the help of Molly's meddling mother, Tate had a plan. So would Molly be an immovable object--or would Tate indeed be Marrying Molly before the baby was born?


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"Tate Bravo...I'm pregnant..."Mayor Molly O'Dare had sworn she would never end up like her granny or her mother before her: pregnant and unmarried. Yet here she was expecting Tate Bravo's baby. The very man who thought her town was his town....Now, not only was Tate proposing marriage, he was "demanding" she marry him--again...and again...and again. The secret passion they "Tate Bravo...I'm pregnant..."Mayor Molly O'Dare had sworn she would never end up like her granny or her mother before her: pregnant and unmarried. Yet here she was expecting Tate Bravo's baby. The very man who thought her town was his town....Now, not only was Tate proposing marriage, he was "demanding" she marry him--again...and again...and again. The secret passion they shared drew them together; his constant proposals were tearing them apart....Until, with the help of Molly's meddling mother, Tate had a plan. So would Molly be an immovable object--or would Tate indeed be Marrying Molly before the baby was born?

54 review for Marrying Molly (Bravo Family, #14)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Saly

    Not my favorite Bravo book, both the hero and heroine were too stubborn. The hero is used to getting things done this way, after all he kind of owns the town and is shocked when Molly is elected Mayor and refuses to do what he wants but somehow things take personal turn between them and he loves the fact he was her first, but these two people are too used to getting their way. The heroine informs him she is expecting and runs out on him. Molly comes from a family where women have not had the best Not my favorite Bravo book, both the hero and heroine were too stubborn. The hero is used to getting things done this way, after all he kind of owns the town and is shocked when Molly is elected Mayor and refuses to do what he wants but somehow things take personal turn between them and he loves the fact he was her first, but these two people are too used to getting their way. The heroine informs him she is expecting and runs out on him. Molly comes from a family where women have not had the best luck with men and then Tate asks her to marry him, she says no. Then, he starts courting her. I don't know it took time for the hero to see past his arrogance and I did get annoyed that Molly kept on saying no to him. On to Tucker's book.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Desi

    Leído el 13/10/2011

  3. 4 out of 5

    Gabbe

    Bueno, es una historia corta, por ende es comprensible que le falte detalle a la historia, sin embargo me hubiera gustado que mínimo narrara un poco de su vida después del final.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Helen Bassett

    Good story. The characters were working hard at developing a relationship.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Su

    BORING! Can't even finish! And why, for God`s sake, she is not marrying him? BORING! Can't even finish! And why, for God`s sake, she is not marrying him?

  6. 5 out of 5

    Susan

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  34. 5 out of 5

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    Megan Hollopeter

  54. 4 out of 5

    Trudy

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