Minding Molly

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Baker Publishing Group, Feb 4, 2014 - Fiction - 352 pages
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Molly Zook Has Everything Planned Just Right.
Or So She Thinks!

Molly Zook's always liked being in control, so she's struggling with her mother's wish that, to save the family farm, she marry Mervin Mosier. Especially after Molly meets Leon Fisher. He's from Montana but is now training horses at a nearby ranch. He's tall and muscular and confident--Molly has never met anyone like him and she's sure he feels the same about her.

Determined to let nothing get between them, Molly tries to coax Mervin into falling back in love with Molly's best friend, Hannah. A weekend camping trip in the Poconos could be just the place...but things quickly go awry, and it seems Leon and Hannah might be falling for each other instead! Will Molly keep struggling to control everyone and everything around her? Or will she learn to let God handle the twists and turns of her life?

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All in all the story had a happy ending. - Goodreads
I enjoyed the story and the character development. - Christianbook.com
Leslie Gould is a skilled writer. - Goodreads
I enjoyed the beginning and the ending. - Christianbook.com
Overall, the plot of "Minding Molly" is anti-climatic. - Christianbook.com

I really felt for Molly

User Review  - Mrs ARS - Christianbook.com

In the pages of Minding Molly we step into an Amish community taking a slower pace in life. At first glance, the book seems like a whimsical retelling of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. However, there is a ... Read full review

Great Amish story with a twist of Shakespeare

User Review  - TellNJasmine - Christianbook.com

Gosh, Minding Molly was almost a little scary. Scary because Molly reminded me much of myself with her desire to control and her frustration with the people that won't listen. OK, so I am not as ... Read full review

About the author (2014)

Leslie Gould is the bestselling author of The Courtships of Lancaster County series and The Amish Midwife and The Amish Nanny, coauthored with Mindy Starns Clark. She holds an MFA in creative writing from Portland State University and has taught fiction writing at Multnomah University as an adjunct professor. She resides with her husband and four children in Portland, Oregon. Learn more at www.lesliegould.com.

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