There are many kinds of love ...Molly has always loved her mother, and her stepfather, who raised her as his own. Now she loves Sam Rutledge, too. Then the father who left her as a baby comes back, expecting Molly’s love. He’s tearing her family apart ... and Sam seems to be on his side! Is that any way for the boy you love to act?...
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Love Games Reviews
I really liked this little book. Molly is almost 16 at the beginning of the story. She lived with her mom and her step-dad (the book calls him a step-parent but he had adopted her so I don't know why they called him that). Molly is secretly in love with Sam and she tries out for a school play and is thrilled when she and Sam are acting together in the starring roles. She seems to have a pretty happy home life, her folks love each other and everyone gets along really well. Then her birth dad whom she did not remember shows up unannounced on her 16th birthday. There is a lot of conflict and Molly feels pulled in different directions and has to work through her feelings about this new relationship. What I liked most about this book was that it did not leave off with Molly still in her teens and her future uncertain. There is a kind of epilogue ending where Molly comes back home after being away at college.