To Mormons, with LOVE
When Chrisy Ross and her family moved to a small-town LDS community--one she affectionately refers to as Mayberry--she underestimated her readiness as a nonmember for what turned out to be a cultural immersion. Sure, she knew Mormons didn't drink caffeine (cough), and they never swore (double cough), but life with family-centered folks would be cozy and wonderful. She could smell the fresh-baked bread just thinking about it.
Join her as she honestly, humorously and lovingly describes her quest to find someone with a real panty-line problem, requests her LDS friends baptize her--after she dies--and considers her dad's suggestion to become a Jack Mormon. Although not a convert after reading the literature, Chrisy develops an understanding and respect for a widely misunderstood religion and has found a comfortable spot in her town, the community and the culture.
This book is so funny you will snort when you read it. Charming, caring and rich in humor--I love this book! There is no other book like this one, and Chrisy Ross is a natural storyteller.
Caleb Warnock, author of Forgotten Skills of Self-Sufficiency Used by the Mormon Pioneers