All she has to do is go on several blind dates and while not freaking out about dating a potential kidnapper.
For her protection, a 24-hour detail is placed on Jack.
Pearson has just published her fourth — and possibly final — book on the topic, "The Hero’s Journey of the Gay and Lesbian Mormon".
In “A Date with Danger,” Jacklyn "Jack" Wyatt has had a string of bad dates.
Seemingly perpetually single, she’s starting to lose hope of ever getting married, much to the dismay of her matrimonial-obsessed mother.
Many "Molly Mormons" are stereotyped as being consumed by their life within the church, and as gullible and out-of-touch with the reality outside it.
These terms are occasionally used in a disparaging way by members of the LDS church to refer to other Mormons who display or promote an ultra-conservative interpretation of their understanding of the church's teachings.