Got It Going On (Beta Gamma Pi Series #4)

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In a sorority, reputation is everything, and Cassidy Cross has a lot to prove. . .

Even though Cassidy Cross is captain of the dance squad and gets good grades, it's her boy-crazy rep that makes her stand out on campus—and not in a good way. Hoping for a fresh start, she decides to pledge Beta Gamma Pi. But the sisters are determined to make Cassidy earn her letters. It's rough going—until her pledge sister, Isha, convinces her she's just got to find her faith. For the first ...

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Overview

In a sorority, reputation is everything, and Cassidy Cross has a lot to prove. . .

Even though Cassidy Cross is captain of the dance squad and gets good grades, it's her boy-crazy rep that makes her stand out on campus—and not in a good way. Hoping for a fresh start, she decides to pledge Beta Gamma Pi. But the sisters are determined to make Cassidy earn her letters. It's rough going—until her pledge sister, Isha, convinces her she's just got to find her faith. For the first time, Cassidy starts looking within her heart—and discovers some long-hidden secrets from her past that will teach her the true meaning of forgiveness, friendship, and what it really means to have it going on. . .

Stephanie Perry Moore is the author of the Perry Skky Jr., Yasmin Peace, Payton Skky, Laurel Shadrach, Carmen Browne, and the Faith Thomas NovelzineTM series. She also has written four adult titles, including her newest release, Wearing My Halo Tilted. Currently, she is an Executive Producer of Georgia Sky, a DVD series from Tyler Perry's 34th Street Films based on her previous works. She lives in the greater Atlanta area with her husband, Derrick, and their three children.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780758234452
  • Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
  • Publication date: 1/1/2010
  • Series: Beta Gamma Pi Series , #4
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 966,309
  • Age range: 13 - 17 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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  • Posted December 5, 2009

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    interesting entry

    Attending Western Smith College, Cassidy Cross wants to become a Beta Gamma Pi sister as she knows they are the top sorority on the campus. However she has a reputation for guy hopping, but maturity has changed her though the players keep hitting on her. Instead Cassidy, the dance squad captain, wants to Al Dutch's girlfriend.

    Al reciprocates reality is nowhere near the dream as it turns into a nightmare after they go further than she is ready for and turns worse when he reveals his secret to her . Her pledge sister Isha encourages Cassidy to get professional help and to turn to her faith to guide her.

    This is an interesting entry in the Beta Gamma Pi young-adult series as the focus is on premarital sex, illness and much more as Stephanie Perry Moore takes a profound look at sexually active young adults. That much more is the problem as Cassidy seems more like a college coed Job so much are her woes which can overwhelm the reader especially when other BTI sisters have issues too. Fans of the saga will initially not like the heroine's brash yet aloof escapades but will root for her when she begins to look within her heart and soul for solace.

    Harriet Klausner

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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