Conduct of life--Juvenile fiction; Mormons--Juvenile fiction; Singers--Juvenile fiction; High school students--Fiction
“Come with me to the dance. Caitlin and I just broke up. I need a date, you need a date. Let’s just . . . date. This isn’t a noble gesture or anything. I don’t do stuff like that. It’s a deal. We’re making a deal.”
Seventeen-year old Megan Turner thought her hard-drive was cleared before she sold her computer in a local online auction. What she didn’t realize is that her journal was recoverable, and that her computer was purchased by someone she knew from school.
Suddenly Trent Ryan has a glimpse into the thoughts, feelings and testimony of “Megan the Mormon.” Upon peeking into Megan’s heart, Trent discovers Megan has captured his. There’s only one problem. Megan only dates Mormons. Until Trent read Megan’s journal he didn’t even know what a Mormon was. So Trent comes up with a plan—all he has to do is get Megan to agree to The Dating Deal. [from publisher's web site]