About the Book
Molly McKenzie’s bright personality and on-trend fashion and beauty advice have earned her an impressive social media following, as well as a shiny monthly paycheck. When her manager-turned-boyfriend tells her of an upcoming audition to host a makeover show for America’s underprivileged youth, all her dreams finally seem to be coming true. There’s just one catch: she has little experience interacting with people in need.
To gain an edge on her competitors, she applies to volunteer at a transitional program for aged-out foster kids during summer, only the program’s director, Silas Whittaker, doesn’t find her as charming as her followers do. But since forfeiting a goal has never been her style, Molly’s only option is to accept the terms Silas lays out and submit to his rules–even the most ridiculous ones pertaining to social media.
Soon as the residents of the home become more than a means to pad her career resume, and Silas becomes more than an obstacle on her path to fame, her once-narrow focus expands to include the deep needs of those she’s serving… and perhaps the ones she’s neglected inside herself as well. It took years to build her platform, but only one summer to discover what really matters most.
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Now it’s your turn! Grab the book nearest you and drop the first line in the comments. Then head over to Hoarding Books and discover what others are sharing this week!
I’m looking forward to reading this one!
My first line post comes from Present Danger by Elizabeth Goddard. https://wp.me/po307-1Mg
Paula Shreckhise says
That was a really heartfelt book by Nicole!
My first line is from Present Danger by Elizabeth Goddard:
Chance Carter should have known this last delivery wouldn’t go down without a hitch.
Nicole Santana says
I’m sharing the first line from Manor for Sale, Baron Included by Esther Hatch: https://christianfictiongirl.blog/2021/04/09/first-line-friday-179/. It’s a fun book. I highly recommend it. Currently, I’m finishing up Night Fall by Nancy Mehl so I’ll share from there.
“When he opened the store’s door, he found an old man sitting behind a counter, his head down, snoring.”
Hope you have a wonderful weekend! ❤
Becky Smith says
Happy Weekend! My first line is from “No Unturned Stone” by David James Warren:
“Just try and outrun your demons, I dare you.”