Molly by Sarah Monzon ~ Review

My Review:

An utterly adorable romantic comedy, full of heart and new beginnings.

Molly’s problem is an answer to Resident Doctor Ben Reed’s prayers. His long unpredictable hours at the hospital make it difficult for the single father to find reliable care for his 4 year old daughter, Chloe, so when he walks-in on his daughter’s favorite pre-school teacher being let go, the opportunity is too good to pass up.

The first in a new series centering on a close knit sewing group in Southern California. Molly has a love of learning that she is a natural at passing on; she is honest to a fault, with a heart for others. I loved how she has such a supportive friend group, and I loved her mom.

Ben is a devoted father, struggling to maintain the balancing act of his life, working long hours. I loved how he is also surrounded by amazing friends and family, and how he is passionate about his career.

This was a quick read, filled with humor, faith, and great chemistry between the main characters. After flipping down the last page I was ready to go right into the next book in the series, but alas it had not been released yet. Chloe is such an adorable little girl, and I love how the author based her on her own young daughter, her beautiful inquisitive innocence was perfection. This author does an excellent job of building characters, and even though some of the supporting characters didn’t get a ton of page space, she made every inch count to create believable people and relationships. A highly enjoyable read, I was constantly finding that I just couldn’t keep a smile from my face throughout this heartwarming and humorous gem.

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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