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.
My thoughts: I have enjoyed the previous books that I have read by Nicole, so I was thrilled to pick this up when I was down with a cold recently, since it was the perfect pick me up! I loved getting to know Molly, a delightful, energetic influencer who was loveable from the get go. This book hit the right sweet spot of chick lit with a deeper message that I needed. The ministry that Molly winds up helping with reminded me of one that I have had the pleasure of working with pre-Covid and how I need to get back to taking part in it.
I highly recommend this book!
I received All that Really Matters from Netgalley. This is my honest review.