The Fall of Candy Corn by Debbie Viguie is a fun read. It is the second book in the Sweet Seasons series, which revolve around Candace Thompson. In the first book, "The Summer of Cotton Candy", Candace (AKA Candy), has to get a summer job. She decides to work for an amusement park as a cotton candy vendor. Now in this book, Candy is back for the Halloween event called Scare. It is filled with mazes and scary things. Since she got trapped in the park last year, there is a new maze for scare about that. Candace is asked to play the part of Candy, and pretend to get chased around by a psycho killer. But when Candace gets hurt on the job, she has to sell candy corn instead. She is also debating where to go for college. Will she figure out who hurt her and where she wants to go to college in time?
This was a very fun and light read. I could relate to Candy with the things she did, such as not liking parties where underage people drink. She had good intentions but sometimes they got a little out of hand. Candy's boyfriend, Kurt, is also an issue in her life, because she isn't sure if she likes him as much as he likes her. It teaches about friendship and being respectful to your bosses and elders. This is a great book if you are looking for a Christian lit with a high school girl protagonist. Debbie Viguie has created a book that will make anyone learn good morals and life lessons in a fun and addicting read.