When fourteen-year-old Palmer Keene’s parents forced him to move to Grant City he lost his friends, his dog, his whole life. So what if he’d made a stupid mistake and ruined his father’s reputation? It wasn’t his fault, but his dad didn’t believe him.
So when rebel Chad Tarpley sticks up for Palmer, the reluctant preacher’s kid is more than happy to call Chad a friend. His parents don’t approve, but they just don’t understand. Besides, Christians are supposed to love everyone, even kids who just got out of juvie and who live on the rough side of town like Chad. But is his new friend really who he seems?
When Palmer is accused of a serious crime, he reluctantly turns to Miss Perfection, Cassie Hurst to help clear his name. The stakes are high for both Palmer and his family, and soon innocent lives are on the line. There is only one way Palmer can make things right, and that could cost him everything.
“A great, page-turning read for teens on the need and power of forgiveness."
--BILL MYERS, bestselling author of Eli