All the Difference - Leah Ferguson
This review was originally posted on Bookish Things & More


I'm not going to lie, when I started this book, I wasn't sure if I was going to finish it, but I'm so happy I did.  We all wonder what would happen if we took a different path, and this book shows Molly's possibility down two roads.

I admire Molly for dealing with all the crap she has to deal with in general. She's a strong character, and is bound and determined to do things on her own.  She has to decide if she is going to say yes or no to her boyfriend's proposal.  Each decision has its own hardships.

One thing that I loved is that Molly manages to bring herself out of each situation.  She may lose herself at times, but she doesn't let that kill her determination.  Molly also has an amazing support system.  Her friends are there for her, even when they go through their own drama.  And I adore Molly's parents.  They are a great of example of relationships that work.

I despised Molly's boyfriend Scott.  He is so hard to hate.  He's arrogant, an asshole a lot of the time, and just grated on my nerves.

Which path will she choose.... which will lead her to happiness?