Contemporary Fiction

Molly by Sarah Monzon. A Review.

About The Book

If there’s one thing you should know about me, it’s that I absolutely refuse to tell a lie no matter the consequences. So don’t ask me a direct question unless you’re prepared for a direct answer—that’s something my SoCal sewing girlfriends have learned the hard way.
But who would have thought my honesty policy would get me fired from my job at the preschool? Or that a desperate—and not to mention devastatingly handsome—single father of one of my (now-former) students would hire me that same day as a nanny for his daughter?
I’m an education professional. How hard can taking care of a four-year-old and her over-stressed, over-worked father be?
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My Thoughts

Talk about delightful, this was a wonderful book that had me smiling from start till the end. There’s lots of smiling and some laugh out my moments for me😁
From the beginning when we meet Molly and Ben, it’s an interesting premise. I loved Molly’s desire to always be truthful, which has put her in trouble a time or two and then then she meets Ben. He’s a single father who just wants the best for his daughter but is too busy with work. I could relate a lot with Ben and I appreciated the work that went into researching his character, it was well done.
The romance was slow but fun to read about. They knew they cared about each other but were unwilling to act on it due to several reasons. I’m glad it all worked out in the end.
This was an awesome start to a wonderful series and I’m definitely looking forward to Jocelyn.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. All opinions expressed are solely mine.

A Carol award finalist and Selah award winner, Sarah Monzon is a stay-at-home mom who makes up imaginary friends to have adult conversations with (otherwise known as writing novels). As a navy chaplain’s wife, she resides wherever the military happens to station her family and enjoys exploring the beauty of the world around her. http://www.sarahmonzonwrites.com/

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