Review: Hickville Confessions by: Mary Karlik

by - Sunday, June 21, 2020

Title: Hickville Confessions
Author: Mary Karlik
Publisher: GPK Publication LLC
Format: e-book ( 338 p.)
Source: Personal Purchase


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?

My Review: 

This book follows Ryan Quinn who has suffered a horrorable blow from the Purity Club girls who've taken it upon themselves to attack Ryan.  They leave her bloodied and beat up when Justin saves her from it.  He has some heavy home issues that he'd rather ignore and Ryan seems like the kind of girl who'd be great at ignoring family issues.  Ryan needs help in alot of ways when it comes to what the girls did.  She even goes further to try to turn the group into anti-bad behavior and tells her story about what brought them back.

I really enjoyed reading about Ryan and curious to see what is up with the youngest Quinn girl who seems deeply troubled by something.  Mary Karlik is definitely onto something in this fabulous series.  Great for people who love Sarah Dessen, and Sarah Ockler.

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