Book One
Book 1
By: Sarah Monzon

Molly: Nannies Don’t Fall for Their Single-Father Bosses: A Sweet Romantic Comedy

Sarah Monzon
 Someone should have told her the first rule of nannying--don't fall in love with the single father.

There are a few things everyone should know about Molly Osbourne.

  1. She refuses to say anything that isn’t true. No white lies. Not even to spare someone’s feelings. It’s the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. So help her God.
  2. Always telling the truth can have dire consequences–like losing one’s job.
  3. Sewing is just one of her many creative outlets, and she wouldn’t trade her sewing group friends for the world.

Molly Osbourne has her reasons for her rigid truth-telling policy, even if no one really understands said reasons. No one, including her boss. Molly finds herself unexpectedly fired from her job only to realize seconds later that she’d had an audience to her failure in the impossibly handsome Dr. Ben, a single father to one of her preschool students. Er…former student.

Ben Reed is doing all that he can just to survive, but juggling a residency at the hospital while trying to raise his four-year-old-daughter by himself is not a recipe for success. He needs help. Like, yesterday. When he overhears his daughter’s teacher getting fired, the perfect solution for both of them presents itself He’ll hire her to be Chloe’s nanny. As his daughter would say, easy peasy lemon squeezy.

Except the simplest solutions sometimes turn out to have complications of their own. Especially when hearts–and a matchmaking preschooler–start to get involved.

Molly is the first book in the Sewing in SoCal series. Each book is a stand alone sweet, closed-door romantic comedy that follows members of the same sewing group through their romantic misadventures.

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Winner of the Holt Medallion and Selah Award, Sarah Monzon is a stay-at-home mom who makes up imaginary friends to have adult conversations with (otherwise known as writing novels). As a navy chaplain's wife, she resides wherever the military happens to station her family and enjoys exploring the beauty of the world around her.


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