Mormons--Juvenile fiction; High schools--Juvenile fiction; Schools--Juvenile fiction
I had just rolled a long strand of pasta around my fork and placed it in my mouth when from the next table a familiar boy's voice hollered.
"Hey Molly, aren't you forgetting to bless your food?"
Then another voice chimed in. "Yeah. you'd better repent."
Such is the life of sixteen-year-old Molly Chambers. Is it just a myth that a teenager can keep high standards and still be well-liked? Molly Chambers certainly hopes not. She just tries to do what is right and be herself, even if that brings ridicule from guys like Travis and Mitch. She can even handle the verbal jabs of Jennavive Taylor, the most popular girl in high school.
But soon Molly faces a whole new challenge. When Molly's best friend is swept away by the school's top athlete, and top party guy, Molly unexpectedly finds herself attracted to his best friend. Reality tells her this relationship could never work out, but her heart tells her otherwise.
The enchanting, true to life novel takes you along on Molly's journey, where humbling Homecoming dates and heartaches are mingled with valued friendships and staying true to the truth. while unknowingly helping others along the way. (Publisher's website)