In book three, Katy Lambright thinks everything in her life is finally going smoothly—at school, she has a group of friends who understand her, while at home life with her new mom isn’t as bad as she’d feared. But everything begins to come apart when Katy is chosen, as a joke, to be the sophomore representative on the homecoming court. With this comes the pressure to conform to what is expected of her in that position—a fancy (and revealing) dress, makeup, and a focus on appearance. It also means involvement in the homecoming dance, which goes against the beliefs of her Old Order Mennonite sect. Adding to this is the fact Katy would need to attend the dance with a sophomore male representative—Bryce Porter, her crush. Katy must decide whether to follow the desires of her heart, or the leadings of her faith.
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A glimpse into another worldUser Review - Christine M. Irvin - Christianbook.com
Katy Lambright is a Mennonite girl going to a public high school. As such, she is constantly exposed to ideas and concepts that are totally foreign to her. Katy’s Homecoming, written by Kim Vogel ... Read full review
KATY'S HOMECOMINGUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Katy is continuing her education at a mainstream high school in this follow-up to Katy's New World (2010). This is a true sequel, relying on the prior books for an introduction to characters and the ... Read full review