Review: Boy, I'm Yours by Molly McLain (All American Boy #17)


Note: An advance reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author.

Molly McLain's Boy, I'm Yours is my first read in the multi-author All American Boy series set in the Colorado town of Bear Creek. Readers are introduced to Josie LaMott and Dustin McMurray. Josie's twenty-three and at a crossroads in her life. She's back in Colorado for a job interview, but getting it may mean having to leave her mom behind in Chicago. Meeting twenty-seven-year-old rancher Dustin feels like another incentive to move to Colorado, but he's not exactly looking for a relationship. Sure, there's pressure and expectation weighing on him, but he's already got a lot on his place with his responsibilities on the ranch. The last thing he needs is a girl who makes him want more.

This was a quick, easy-breezy read that was both fun and thoughtful. Molly McLain managed to pack quite a lot in a limited number of pages. Josie and Dustin's romance isn't necessarily one I'd consider "insta-love", but it's clear that there's a connection from the get-go, one worth exploring. Of course, there were hurdles, most of which involved them getting in their own way, but love conquers all. There's a happily-ever-after that awaits, which isn't always the case when it comes to novellas, so I was indeed a happy camper. Boy, I'm Yours gets 4.5 stars, and it's inspired me to check out the other books in the series.

Release Date: 21 October 2021

Date Read: 20 October 2021

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