Posted:  Aug. 21, 2014

Should've Been Home Yesterday (Country Roads, #3)Book three of Country Roads

Thirteen years ago, Webb Hawkins and Clay McCreedy were best friends, more like brothers than business partners. Determined to push Hawkins Hardwood into the future, their lives were intertwined on every level. Until Webb came home and realized little Molly McCreedy had grown up.

Stay away from my baby sister. It was the one thing Clay had asked of Webb, but it was a promise Webb couldn't keep, and his actions did more than ruin their friendship—it changed everything. Now Clay is dead, Molly is pregnant after a night of memories and alcohol, and a guilt-ridden Webb needs to put things right.

As what begins as a marriage in name only slowly grows to include the love Webb and Molly have always kept carefully buried, a series of fires erupts across Black Cherry Canyon. And an infamous eco-terrorist sets his sights on Molly—the ultimate pawn in his vendetta against Hawkins Hardwood. To save one, Webb may have to let the other go…

     What an exciting story with many twist and turns and secrets that are revealed that I never truly saw coming.  This is a story about Molly Mc Creedy and Webb Hawkins who have known each other forever.
     No, really, you see their fathers were old service buddies who start a lumber business that they and their wives put a lot of hours into and it paid off.  Then they both were blessed with sons of their own at the same time, Clay and Webb, who were the best of friends too.  They did everything together. 
     Ten years later and the day before Webb’s birthday Colin’s mom gives birth to Molly.  Both boys are so excited about their new baby, their gift.  They vow to always protect and take care of her.  At around ten Molly starts to look at Webb differently, really starts to notice that he’s a man and not just an extension of her older brother.
     Then at 18 years old, Webb’s eyes are opened to Molly when he comes home for 4th of July and see’s that somehow over the course of time she had blossomed a lot.  He had started to see small changes over the time when he would come home that made him feel funny, he even found himself feeling jealous when he would see her with other guys, so he started going on the business trips that kept him away more.  But he missed home and this visit changes all their lives.  He couldn’t keep his off her she was just so beautiful and Clay kept pulling him along to rescue her from the other guys.  When it should have been him.
     Eventually, his hands and another part got in the act without going all the way but they got caught by her brother and his best friend in the world.  The next day Webb goes to confront Clay to tell him he would have accept him and his sister he was at his calm place in the forest.  What happens her changes everything for Molly and Webb.  At the same time there is a secondary story going on with someone out to her Webb’s business any way he can but then it gets personal and he goes after Molly.
     See how their lives unfold and how they bring it together but can they really make it work?  The secondary story keeps you on your toes and biting your lip.  Will Webb’s sister Bob have her own story soon?  If so will it be a love interest with Zane Miner he seemed interested in her in this book?  I hope so J  I give this book 5 stars.
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