Imagine being a twenty-something single Mormon girl living in New York City. Hard to imagine, isn't it? Well, this is the hilarious, poignant story of one such woman. Elna Baker's parents wanted her to go to BYU when she finished high school. They were terrified that if she followed her dreams and went to NYU, she would stop being Mormon, but she held firm and moved to New York to attend NYU. This is the story of how she coped with trying to be true to her faith (no alcohol, no premarital sex) and exist in a dynamic, modern city like New York. To top it off, she lost 80 pounds and suddenly, for the first time in her life, men were attracted to her!
The New York Regional Mormon Singles Halloween Dance is an event for Mormons in New York to meet and mingle. Every year (for 9 years) Elna attends this dance, even when she knows better. Watch the hilarious video clip of Elna describing a costume disaster at this dance. And, after you watch it, know that her whole book is like that clip — one funny thing after another.
(Note: These books are considered ''Imperfect'' as they have a black ink mark either on the top or bottom of the pages. Publishers often do this when a book goes out of print.)