Small Town Sinners takes the very familiar plot line of a teenage girl finding her voice and puts a new spin on it should deserve a metal. And this book does just that. In a small town where religion means everything Lacey Anne, the pastors daughter, begins to question the world around her and the values she has always accepted as correct when one of the friends gets pregnant. Faced with the challenge of trying to figure this out when everyone but the new boy in town believe whole heartedly in the views that she has been told her whole life Lacey realizes that things might not always be as they seem, and that sometimes standing up for what you believe in is, even if people tell you not to, is what needs to be done. I loved this book and would recommend it to people who like realistic fiction.