City by the Bay Stories

Three Makes a Family, #7

Genre: Harlequin Heartwarming, Contemporary Romance

Can love for a child…
Make them a family?

Lawyer Molly McKinney needs to be the best–now more than ever. Relocating to San Francisco means a chance to provide a stable income and home for her nine-month-old daughter. And defending former rival Drew Harrington against charges of witness tampering will boost her reputation. As they work to clear Drew’s name, their feelings grow. But does Molly have room in her life for love?


384 pages

Published April 13th 2021

(Harlequin Heartwarming Larger Print)

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First Impression

Three Makes a Family is set in the 3rd person. The viewpoints of both Drew Harrington and Molly McKinney are given.

The reader is introduced to Drew after the judge refuses to grant Drew’s motion to dismiss the witness tampering charges brought up against him. His goal now is to find the evidence to prove his innocence for his trial in two weeks time…

Heading down the stairwell Drew recognises his childhood friend now adversary, Molly McKinney as she shakes hands with her client. He hurries down the stairs hoping to avoid Molly when he hears her call out his name as he nears the bottom…

I am looking forward to reading Three Makes a Family to find out what happens!

Rating: 3 out of 4.

Three Makes a Family is a fast-paced, detailed story that can be read as a stand-alone. The storyline is powerful, charming and well written with engaging characters that create a emotional and heartwarming story. I can’t help but keep turning the pages to find out more…

I like how Webb has taken the time to create an believable plot with the use of sensitive and uncomfortable topics, such as broken relationships, child custody and false accusations.

The character development of Three Makes a Family is really good. There are a lot of family vibes, as both characters are dedicated to their families. The characters are both realistic and likeable, with a good chemistry between main characters.

I would recommend reading Three Makes a Family to lovers of Contemporary Romance and Mills and Boons, as it is an endearing and clean romantic tale of finding love in the bonds of an old friendship.

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