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FREE DOWNLOAD ¸ Right as Rain õ When Molly Carter finally gets hired at a small school on the plains of Colorado, she couldn t be thrilled to declare her independence Now that she s hours away from friends, family, and the amenities of the big city, she embarks on an emotional roller coaster as she realizes that not everyone in the close knit town is ready to welcome her with open arms Her already vulnerable composure is further shaken when ruggedly compelling cop Jake Runco returns to his hometown after being injured in the line of duty Their attraction is immediate and intense, but Jake has every intention of going back to LA as soon as he recovers Hoping to protect her heart, Molly tries to fight the inevitable But their bond grows when the sleepy town is rocked with a scandal that quickly spirals out of control A local teacher, Georgia Quinlan, and her stepsons disappear without a trace Already suspicious of Georgia s temper and heavy drinking, Molly is determined that her deranged coworker is behind the scheme As Molly pushes closer to the truth, she finds herself caught in a web of danger fueled by desperation and greed As much as she hates to admit it, she ll have to rely on Jake and the few friends she s made to help her unravel the plot before it s too late Right as Rain is my own book, so obviously I love it Just a little factoid I named Molly after one of my favorite historical figures the Unsinkable Molly Brown, who I recently learned was never called Molly while she was alive Her name was Margaret Brown, but when Hollywood made her life into the 1964 musical with Debbie Reynolds, they started calling her Molly because the shorter name fit into the songs better, or so says the tour guide at the Molly Brown House in downtown Denver, Colorad Right as Rain is my own book, so obviously I love it Just a little factoid I named Molly after one of my favorite historical figures the Unsinkable Molly Brown, who I recently learned was never called Molly while she was alive Her name was Margaret Brown, but when Hollywood made her life into the 1964 musical with Debbie Reynolds, they started calling her Molly because the shorter name fit into the songs better, or so says the tour guide at the Molly Brown House in downtown Denver, Colorado I appreciate your interest in Right as Rain, and send me a message if you have any questions or comments Happy reading Full disclosure I absolutely, 100% chose to review this book based on the cover I didn t even read the description There were a few reasons it was appealing, including the fact that there were no boobs on it but the biggest, dorkiest reason It reminded me of my childhood It looks like an 80s 90s Maeve Binchy or Nora Roberts book cover, and those were the books that I would sneak off of my mother s bookcase and read Ahh, memories.Much to my surprise, the inside of the book was reminiscent Full disclosure I absolutely, 100% chose to review this book based on the cover I didn t even read the description There were a few reasons it was appealing, including the fact that there were no boobs on it but the biggest, dorkiest reason It reminded me of my childhood It looks like an 80s 90s Maeve Binchy or Nora Roberts book cover, and those were the books that I would sneak off of my mother s bookcase and read Ahh, memories.Much to my surprise, the inside of the book was reminiscent of my favorite stolen books, too Right as Rain had a definite Maeve Binchy Nora Roberts vibe, which I loved It was a book with a little romance, a little mystery, and a small town I love a small town book City girl Molly Carter moved to the small town of Hammond, Colorado, to take a teaching position She s excited to be on her own and all butterflies and rainbows about having her own classroom and bulletin boards and lots of little minds to mold She s optimistic about the people in Hammond and expects that a small town means everyone is friendly She has a rude awakening when a good amount of the people she meets are downright rude Jake Runco left Hammond as fast as his legs could carry him and ended up, after a bad post college breakup, as a cop in LA, which gives his mother palpitations every time the phone rings Jake isn t comfortable in LA and is eventually injured in the line of duty His parents bring him home to Hammond to recover, hoping of course that he ll decide to stay.Molly meets Jake, Jake meets Molly, and while it isn t love at first sight, there s a definite interest Molly is straightforward and empathetic, something that Jake appreciates, especially back in his parents house with his mother hovering But Molly has other questions for Jake Two kids are missing from school, as is there bitch on wheels stepmother, Georgia Quinlan Georgia is the high school math teacher and has it in for Molly Molly has suspicions that the boys are being abused by their stepmother while their father is out of town, but when she reports it to the principal, discovers that the boys haven t been in school all week Molly turns to Jake the cop, not Jake the invalid, and they are off to investigate Investigation at the house turns into finding a broken window, which turns into missing kids and ransom notes and dead bodies and a mystery Right as Rain was excellent and rereadable I loved that I got to meet Molly and Jake separately and become invested in each of them before they met There was a love story, yes But there was also a great mystery and a fun group of characters who made up the small town of Hammond Sophie, Chief Maxwell, Jasper, and T.J were some of my favorites I highly recommend Right as Rain, especially to anyone who likes a good Nora Roberts or Maeve Binchy novel There was just the right amount of suspense, romance, and angst And a little bit of sex An impressive debut from Heather Cleveland I m excited to read A truly compelling novel about what it means to let someone in A great read for all genre lovers I HIGHLY recommend it Forof my romance book reviews this is Heather Cleveland s debut novel, I cannot wait to see what the future holds for my Kindle Right as Rain read like a fun and refreshing Nicholas Sparks novel Her writing style is rich and inviting, making it easy to feel connected to the characters she brings to life through her storytelling This is mainly a story about Molly Carter, a single woman starting independent life in Hammond, CO Centered around the Forof my romance book reviews this is Heather Cleveland s debut novel, I cannot wait to see what the future holds for my Kindle Right as Rain read like a fun and refreshing Nicholas Sparks novel Her writing style is rich and inviting, making it easy to feel connected to the characters she brings to life through her storytelling This is mainly a story about Molly Carter, a single woman starting independent life in Hammond, CO Centered around the various relationships she creates because of that move and the mystery unfolding in this small town, our heroine doesn t really come in contact with her hero for a few chapters Still, a sweet love story between these strong, animated characters is developed I d like to point out that there s nothing really standing in the way of Jake and Molly s relationship, which is a nice switch up compared to other books in this genre Molly is relatable and mature While Jake, a you will find, is every bit man and charmingly funny Of course they have their individual concerns, but they follow their gut and conduct themselves without the dramatics.Ms Cleveland knows how to keep a reader anxiously turning pages, as well as chuckling to themselves With out saying too much, the plot flows nicely, the romance follows a realistic course, the mystery is suspenseful and the climax is well constructed There are also stories and point of view changes within the story that add an interesting and suspenseful dynamic.That considered, if I had to find something to complain about, it would be that this novel did not feature an extended ending or an epilogue I would certainly pick up Ms Cleveland s next offering in hopes that she continues to expand on the town of Hammond and the characters that live there Ms Cleveland was a delight to read and she has set up that possibility nicely