Moving on includes a quiet holiday at home. Or so Molly thinks.
Molly no sooner arrives home for the holidays (if home is an attic bedroom at her grandmother's house) than her life begins to unravel faster than a ball of knitting yarn. Her sister begins leaning heavily on Molly to help with her wedding, her cousin needs advice about a sticky situation with a friend, and her church cantata will be a flop if Molly can't do something to help with the reception.
Also there's Aaron, who is sending her mixed signals, and who (she is informed) has waved goodbye to both dating and relationships with women. But if he doesn't want to be friends with Molly, why does it feel like he is deliberately deepening their relationship?
And then there's Nana's friend Patty. Molly has vowed to be on her best behavior, ever since the last time she and Nana helped Patty out and ended up in a holding cell. But even when Molly isn't looking for trouble, it seems to be looking for her. Unfortunately, when trouble finds her this time, Aaron is along for the ride.
Molly is just one girl. There is no way she can juggle all of this without dropping something unless God gives her wisdom and grace beyond her own capacity.
The Just Molly Series
Book 1 -- Just One Day
Book 2 -- Just One Girl
Book 3 -- Just One Life
Just an Unfortunate Misunderstanding (a short story)