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Then, at the urging of her believing Mormon father, Jack goes back to him even though he’s inactive because—now get this—she loves him! And at the end of the book he’s still inactive and they’re still together! If it were my book the ex-Mormon would be a much better kisser.
Still, I can’t help but admire the real life conclusion. More that I’d lost faith in the people who practiced it.
But he isn’t tempted, telling his friend Chase, “First of all, I think you’ve got dibs on the best-looking girl here. Third, mind your own business.” Why mind his own business? She’s the daughter of the Democratic senator from Arizona, the arch rival of Benson’s uncle who is soon to become the Republican Party’s nominee for president.
Because Summer is something far worse than inactive. Not long after this initial encounter, Summer obediently returns to church.
But that’s not to say the novel follows the old formula.
There are all the same scenes, only through an LDS lens in Southern California and Washington D.Friday, federal judge Clark Waddoups delivered a ruling that essentially decriminalizes polygamy in Utah.It's still illegal to have more than one marriage license, but Waddoups overturned the part of the law that made it a 3rd degree felony to cohabit with someone while legally married to another person.my only thought was, More, please.” And then later, when they were dancing, “the synapses in my body were tingling from his touch” Of course it all ends with a delicious snogging scene for Benson and Summer. (I’m guessing that was a concession to Deseret Book.) And Lindsay is home from her slutty affair in Mexico, repentant and reformed for life.(Nah—she’s barely warming up.) Perhaps Deseret Book will favor us with more worldly Mormon romances?
Attorney for the plaintiffs, the polygamist Brown family of Sister Wives fame, called this a victory for privacy in America.