Betsy, by Sarah Monzon

Betsy is a sweet rom-com story, the last in the Sewing in SoCal series by Sarah Monzon. I have to say, I’m going to really miss these characters — but am planning on rereading them all together back to back.

Betsy’s got some prickles, but she also has reasons for those prickles… no matter how much of a double standard they might be.

And as prickly and pokey as sarcastic Betsy can be, Asher is every bit as sweet.

She’s determined that all musicians are not to be trusted.

He is a musician.

The growth I saw in both Betsy and Asher impressed me and made me love them both that much more. And Asher’s persistent and patient pursuing of Betsy… it was THE sweetest thing.

I don’t want to say too much more because you really just need to read it.

I’ll compare this book with guacamole that’s got jalapeño in it. The book itself is sweet and clean, and some excellent Christian fiction — but Betsy herself, that’s where the jalapeño comes in. With her sarcasm. The good character development and fun writing style, together with the plot, make this book what it is, and that is a Kindle book that I already have two copies of. I plan to grab a paperback for my bookshelf as well.

I’m so honored to be part of Sarah Monzon’s launch team and grateful that she shares her gift of writing with us.


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