New town. New look. New beginning. High school junior Ryan Quinn has a past. She will do just about anything to keep it hidden, even if means joining the ultra-conservative, no fun allowed, Purity Club. But secrets are hard to keep in a small town and when the Purity Club girls discover the truth, they viciously attack Ryan.
Justin is the kind of guy who can make Ryan forget her vow to change. He’s the kind of guy she should avoid at all costs. But he knows her soul secrets. He understands her and it is torture when she is away from him. But as she deals with the outward scars on her face and the inward shame of her past and Justin’s home life continues to spiral out of control, their relationship becomes as convoluted as their home life. Will they find the courage to open their hearts to each other in spite of their family drama?
REVIEW (by Kayla):
Ryan has a past. She is a high school junior. She wants to keep her past hidden even if it means joining the no fun group the purity club. Secrets are hard to keep, especially in a small town. When her secrets are found out, the Purity club attacks Ryan. Justin is just the type of guy to make Ryan forget her vow. He’s a bad boy and she should avoid him but it’s not easy. He gets her though and that’s hard to stay away from. Will they be able to find a way to open their hearts to one another? Well I won’t tell you but you should read this book. It was a good read and I look forward to read the next one.
I give Hicksville Confessions a 4 out of 5 stars!