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Bryce Lewis couldn't be more different than Etienne...even though ...
Bryce Lewis couldn't be more different than Etienne...even though he's his identical twin. Bryce, the cerebral one, has plans to fast-track himself through medical school and follow in his father's doctoral footsteps. He's proud of his new life and happy to be far away from his sordid roots. Individual freedom is sweet in college, but can a twin ever cut the mental, physical, and emotional umbilical cord from their womb mate?
Savannah Lewis is beautiful, sexy, spoiled, popular and is about to turn Sweet Sixteen! She cannot wait until her brothers, Bryce and Etienne, graduate and leave their mutual high school campus so she can let her hair down and be her own person. Is she ready to navigate the perils of impending adulthood without her ever-watchful guardians around to make sure she stays out of trouble...and that trouble stays away from her?
Isaac Shaw is a brilliant, well-rounded kid, whose passions fall into two categories: football and girls...and not always in that order. His natural knack of using his pretty-boy looks to get what he wants fails to get him the girl of his dreams because she belongs to his best friend. But when his friend is caught with his hand in a different cookie jar, will he swoop in to pick up the pieces of her broken heart?
Olivia Shaw may be young and sassy, but she's also very smart and talented...two traits she shows off frequently as part of the hip-hop styled dance crew, Divas and Dons. Her budding femininity makes her a very popular girl that drives the boys at school crazy, but none more than the new kid on the block, the son of a pro football player. Will the pressure of it all be too much for her to handle without caving in or breaking?
They are the poster children for young people everywhere who are facing the types of issues, problems and pressures their parents only fractionally experienced. Follow the offspring of the Lewises and the Shaws and see that the things their parents went through in the first series were nothing more than child's play.