Ever since she discovered a love for drag racing, it's full speed ahead for Jayd Jackson. . .
Fed up with the way her school's handling Cultural
Awareness Day, Jayd and her crew decide to form the first African Student Union. Now some notorious haters are out for blood. But that's not the only
multicultural activity Jayd's got cooking. On the boy front, Jayd discovers she loves being behind the wheel of her friends' hot rods, but she can't deny her
attraction for Emilio, the new Latino sophomore at South Bay High. Emilio seems to be crushin' hard on Jayd too. And now that Jayd may be South Bay's
last virgin, she wonders if it's time to take things to the next level.
But her magical grandmother thinks Jayd's already moving too fast--and if she doesn't
slow down, she's sure to get burned…
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This book could have been better
(Sunday, February 14, 2010)
First let me start off by saying it was ok but it wasn't one of my favorite ones. It could have been better. For example I like the fact that Jeremy and Jayd might get back together but I dont like the fact that Rah is sweating Jayd so much and alwayz be tryin to push himself all on her. If she says stop then he should stop. But what I really wanna see Jayd do is beat Misty up..
(Thursday, January 7, 2010)
I can't wait until this book comes out.