#BookReview: All the Difference by Leah Ferguson

Reviewer: Michelle

I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

All the differenceSummary:

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…

Review:

Molly didn’t think she would end up pregnant by accident. She wanted to enjoy her career first, as it was finally going extremely well. Marriage was going to happen eventually… when she could figure out if her boyfriend Scott was “The One”. On New Year’s Eve, Scott proposes to Molly and she’s finally forced to decide. Will she be happy either way?

I really loved that this book had two different point of views. One was if Molly said “Yes” to Scott, and one if she said “No”. I haven’t read many books that posed such a great question to the reader. Being a single Mother is an extremely hard thing for some women to face. You question what you will do about money, how others may perceive you and also what your child’s life may be like without a father figure. Molly was such a strong, admirable character. She wasn’t going to stay with Scott simply because it was convenient and he had money.

I was never confused about what point of view I was in which was great. The flow was perfect and Scott was an extremely irritating character. He drove me crazy and I was completely on Molly’s side! This book was great and I highly recommend it. It’s a great read if you’d like to read from a different perspective.

 4 Stars.


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