Kade Ellis has a problem. Every day he rides to early-morning seminary and high school with Brenda Sloan, the most beautiful girl he has ever seen - but she's two years older than he, and juniors just don't date freshmen. Captivated by her looks, he secretly draws portraits of her and hides them in the Monopoly box on the closet shelf. How can he convince her that at nearly fifteen, he's old enough to be taken seriously? To compound matters, Kade's father is facing tough problems of his own. As loan officer for the local bank, he is about to foreclose on several homes in the area, including Brenda's father. In addition, as president of a small Latter-day Saint branch, he is the spiritual leader for some of the farmers his bank is forcing out of business. In this thought-provoking novel, Jack Weyland tackles some timely and difficult issues about young people, their parents, and problems they all must face. Brenda At The Prom is a story readers of all ages will enjoy reading and sharing.