Kayla, a twelve-year-old girl who recently lost her father during a school shooting, is facing many changes. Raised in a Christian home, she has learned to take her religion for granted. Now, she is starting seventh grade in a new town, a new school, with friends, and father. Her problem escalates when she makes friends with two girls who seem to be archenemies. For the first time, being a Christian seems to interfere with being popular, and she is faced with one of the biggest decisions of her life: Does being a Christian mean more than just believing in God ... and if so, does she really want to be one?
Angela Dusenberry lives in Hawaii with her husband and their three children. She attended Calvary Chapel Bible College and has written over 180 articles for magazines such as: Valley Parent Magazine, Christian Monthly, Shine Magazine and Christian Ed Publishers. She has also held editorial positions at Valley Parent Magazine and Christian Monthly.