Small Town Sinners

Small Town Sinners

eBook - 2011
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Lacey Anne Byer is a perennial good girl and lifelong member of the House of Enlightenment, the Evangelical church in her small town. With her driver's license in hand and the chance to try out for a lead role in Hell House, her church's annual haunted house of sin, Lacey's junior year is looking promising. But when a cute new stranger comes to town, something begins to stir inside her. Ty Davis doesn't know the sweet, shy Lacey Anne Byer everyone else does. With Ty, Lacey could reinvent herself. As her feelings for Ty make Lacey test her boundaries, events surrounding Hell House make her question her religion. Melissa Walker has crafted the perfect balance of engrossing, thought-provoking topics and relatable, likable characters. Set against the backdrop of extreme religion, Small Town Sinners is foremost a universal story of first love and finding yourself, and it will stay with readers long after the last page.

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing


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KCLSLibrarians Apr 01, 2014

A story of faith, family, and love in a small, uber-Christian community. A unique perspective on a classic teen story is supremely readable.

Oct 21, 2013

This book impressed me for the way that it represented a realistic story about a minister's daughter and what happens when she falls in love with a boy who is not afraid to question what he believes. I liked the way that the characters were not all good or all bad but human.

lauren529 Dec 22, 2011

I liked this book. It shows the struggles a teenage girl faces both involving religion and her future. It also shows what truly goes on inside of her and the reasoning behind certain choices.

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