All the Difference
New Year’s Eve. A time for resolutions. A chance to make a change. And for thirty-year-old Molly Sullivan, a night that will transform her life forever…
All it takes is one word—yes or no—to decide Molly’s future. As the clock counts down to midnight and the ball slowly begins to drop, Molly’s picture-perfect boyfriend gets down on one knee and asks her to marry him. She knows she should say yes, especially considering the baby-sized surprise she just discovered she’s carrying. But something in her heart is telling her to say no…
Now, Molly’s future can follow two very different paths: one where she stays with her baby’s father, despite her misgivings and his family’s unreasonable expectations, and one where she ventures out on her own as a single mother, embracing all the hardships that come with it.
And by the time the next New Year is rung in, Molly will know which choice was right—following her head or listening to her heart…
Right from the very beginning Molly showed that she could stand on her own two feet. This is what I liked the most about her. She did not feel sorry for herself and could back up her words. Although my only down fault with Molly is her choice when it came to Scott. I am not going to say anything else about it as I don't want to give anything away. Yet, I felt that Molly handled the situation regarding her relationship like a grown up. The only moment that Molly freaked out when it came to the news about her pregnancy is when she first learned about it and turned into "clean freak lady". I can't fault Molly as I might have done the same thing. There is something actually smoothing about cleaning.
There was a comment that I thought was great that came out of Molly's mouth. It was when she was confronted by her boss for forgetting a meeting. She said "Even Wonder Woman had to lose her golden tiara now and again, right?"
Author, Leah Ferguson show cases a strong debut with this book. I am looking forward to more great things from this author.
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