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Kyra Evans isn't popular, or a girl who you stare at when you are walking down the hall. So why can't Jason-basketball star and the hottest guy in school-get her out of his head? Under normal circumstances, Jason and Kyra would live in their separate worlds up until graduation. But fate intervenes and the unlikely duo is paired up for a class project. Preconceived notions abound on both sides but Kyra soon realizes that Jason is not the dumb jock that she had assumed him to be. And Jason finds himself telling ...

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Overview

Kyra Evans isn't popular, or a girl who you stare at when you are walking down the hall. So why can't Jason-basketball star and the hottest guy in school-get her out of his head? Under normal circumstances, Jason and Kyra would live in their separate worlds up until graduation. But fate intervenes and the unlikely duo is paired up for a class project. Preconceived notions abound on both sides but Kyra soon realizes that Jason is not the dumb jock that she had assumed him to be. And Jason finds himself telling Kyra things he can't even tell his best friend. As the two become friends and eventually start to fall in love, no one in school can believe it-especially not Jason's ex, who is determined to break them up. Being together means navigating the obstacles that are coming their way-but staying apart may be impossible.

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
Davidson, a high school teacher, debuts with a tried-and-true teen romance, unusual chiefly for its setting in an affluent black suburb of Detroit. Jason, 16, is gorgeous, smart, graceful on the basketball court, and he dates popular, beautiful Lisa. But "fine-as-hell, super-jock, popular-as-Nikes-in-the-NBA, can-have-anybody-he-wants" Jason falls for "double-brained-nappy-headed-sweet-but-nobody" Kyra, his nonconformist, highly academic research partner from AP English class. Davidson describes the beginnings of their mutual attraction in spine-tinglingly prolonged detail, effectively camouflaging the staple elements of her plot: only Kyra understands that Jason, whose mother died when he was three and whose father leaves on frequent business trips, experiences his solitude as loneliness, not as freedom to do as he likes; Lisa, furious at being dumped by Jason, gets revenge in a manner that will be familiar to readers of middle-grade and YA fiction. But other story lines advance the narrative, too, such as Kyra's dedication to her project for a Westinghouse-like national science competition. Readers with an appetite for love stories are likely to follow Jason and Kyra's pas de deux from its beginning straight through to its satisfying end. Ages 12-up. (June) Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.
Children's Literature
Jason is a popular basketball star and center of the most popular crowd at Cross High School. Kyra is a smart girl focused on a prestigious science competition who does not pay attention to the high school cliques. What do these two have in common? Not much, until they are paired for a research project in their English AP class. They develop a mutual respect, which leads to friendship, and eventually to romance. Soon Kyra finds herself having more fun than she has ever had before, and Jason finds himself sharing confidences that he has never told anyone else. But the road of young love is rarely easy. Can their growing attraction withstand the skepticism and challenges posed by their peers? Will Kyra and Jason be able to define the terms of their relationship together—or will the fears they must face ultimately tear them apart? Dana Davidson's first novel is a lushly detailed teen romance set in an affluent African-American suburb of Detroit. 2004, Jump at the Sun/Hyperion, Ages 12 to 16.
—Heidi Hauser Green
VOYA
Kyra Evans keeps telling herself that they are just friends. Jason Vincent, the captain of the basketball team, has a girlfriend, and Kyra is not part of the in-crowd. Worse, Kyra is a bit of a nerd, and Jason is probably just another "dumb jock." A few phone calls while working on a project could not possibly mean anything. Readers will be drawn in as this unlikely couple manages to fall in love. As the romance heats up, sexual situations increasingly become a part of this love story. But as in any romance worth reading, Jason and Kyra experience some rocky times as well. Jason seems to be still sexually involved with his ex-girlfriend Lisa—or is he? Despite the slow pace, predictable plot, and stilted dialogue—"Get the hell outta Dodge!"—first-time novelist Davidson offers a contemporary story that features likeable African American characters with goals and promising futures. Although Lisa often refers to Kyra's natural hairstyle as "nappy hair," there is no real focus on race-related social ills. For those looking for contemporary books about African American youth who are not living in poverty, on drugs, or in jail, this book will probably appeal. Students interested in science will be drawn to the book as well and will appreciate Kyra's devotion to a science project that could win her a $50,000 scholarship. No matter how many love-and-loss stories readers encounter, hopeless romantics will cheer when Kyra and Jason unite and then reunite. VOYA Codes 3Q 2P S (Readable without serious defects; For the YA with a special interest in the subject; Senior High, defined as grades 10 to 12). 2004, Jump at the Sun/Hyperion, 327p., Ages 15 to 18.
—KaaVoniaHinton-Johnson
School Library Journal
Gr 10 Up-A predictable, sappy tale set at a large high school in the Detroit area with an African-American cast of characters. Jason, star basketball player and "damn fine," finds himself increasingly lonely and frustrated with his girlfriend, Lisa. She is beautiful, he knows, but shallow and he wants someone with whom he can really talk, especially when his father rages at him. In his AP English class, he is paired for an assignment with brainiac Kyra, who dresses and acts differently from the popular girls in school. He finds himself increasingly drawn to her because she is so easy to be with, and because he finds her stable family environment to be a safe haven from his stormy home. Kyra, on the other hand, senses the attraction but attempts to stave it off because of his tremendous popularity and "taken" status. After realizing their attraction to one another, Jason dumps Lisa and she vows to get him back. Beneath the typical high school romance story-flowers, dances, first times, home trouble-is a story that many teens will enjoy. Opposites attracting, preconceived notions, hallway conversations, and the intensity of first love are themes that always capture this audience. While seasoned readers will tire of the worn plot line, young adults looking for a light romance will find a quick read.-Karen Hoth, Marathon Middle/High School, FL Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.
Kirkus Reviews
An improbable romance blossoms between two African-American students: Jason Vincent, basketball star and one of the most popular guys in school, and intelligent, but inexperienced Kyra Evans. Brought together by a class project, the two connect, finding friendship as well as romance. Unfortunately. as with all romance stories, this one is not without its obstacles. Together they must find a way past their families, their friends, and one vindictive ex-girlfriend. As they fall in love, surprising everyone, they find that they are not so different after all. The too-familiar story of polar opposites falling in love is not improved by the amateurish writing: improbable dialogue, overwritten scenes, and a forced plot are only some of the many problems. Suffering without a strong story or inspired writing, Davidson's debut misses its mark. (Fiction. 12+)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780786836536
  • Publisher: Disney-Hyperion
  • Publication date: 12/1/2005
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 352
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 7.50 (h) x 0.75 (d)

Meet the Author

Ebony magazine wrote: "Dana Davidson speaks to teenagers in a truthful, urban voice..." She made her fiction debut with Jason and Kyra, a love story that Booklist said "...teens won't be able to stop reading." The winner of the 2001 Newsweek/WDIV-TV Outstanding Teacher Award, Dana teaches high school in Detroit, and lives just outside the city with her family.
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  • Posted November 9, 2008

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    I absolutely love this book. It is my all time favorite! Dana Davidson is amazing. This book taught me how to love, live, and accept myself.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 11, 2011

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    Added To My List of Favorite Reads!!

    Jason Vincent is the star of Cross High's basketball team. Half of the girls at his college-prep school want him, but Lisa is his girlfriend and they've been together for a year. Jason doesn't have it in his heart to disrespect a female, so even though girls are in his face all of the time, flirting and giving him their phone numbers, he'd never actually cheat. There is one girl he's been eyeing since ninth grade, though. Her name is Kyra Evans. She's confident, she's smart and she's not trying to fit in. She's different than most girls. So different, in fact, that when Jason spends quite a bit of time with Kyra working on a school project, Lisa isn't the least bit threatened. Afterall, what guy in his right mind would choose a not-so-attractive, plain dressing, brainiac, virgin over her? Lisa and all the other kids at school school get the shock of their lives when Jason breaks up with Lisa and makes Kyra his new girlfriend. Kyra Evans didn't intend to develop feelings for another girl's man. She didn't think Jason was her type and even if he was she certainly didn't think the most popular boy in school could ever have feelings for her. The more she gets to know him the more she likes him and it doesn't take long before she realizes she's in love - before they realize they're in love. But then Kyra's insecurities get in the way and everything get's messed up. Jason Vincent and Kyra Evans - I like these young people. Jason knew the meaning of the word NO. He wasn't a virgin, but he didn't pressure Kyra when he knew she wasn't ready. He was willing to wait. Kyra was a very intelligent girl with dreams and goals, and she was there for Jason when he really needed someone to talk to. They were a nice couple. Parents: There is profanity here and there, and sexual content.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 26, 2009

    english 9

    Jason Vincent is every girls dream man and guys wish to be him. He is popular at Cross high school. Kyra on the other hand is just a smart student you wouldn't notice at all in the hallways. These 2 live 2 totally different life styles until they got assigned together for a project in English class. As they become friends they realize that their feelings grow. Kyra finds out that he's not a stupid jock she thought he was. While Jason's ex-girlfriend Lisa tries breaking them up, it all fails because they end up loving each other way to much.<BR/>I instantly got hooked on to this book just by reading the first paragraph. Jason & Kyra is worth reading, for people that like romance, or people who are in relationships and your man's ex-girlfriend is involved. This book speaks the truth, talks about love and envy. Just like how high schools would. While i was reading I felt like every moment I was there in one of the main characters position. I really liked this book because I been through this situation. I would recommend this book to everyone that likes to read about realistic relationships, especially to high schoolers

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 23, 2008

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    1 of my favorites

    I read this book in the 8th grade now im in the 9th and it is still 1 of my favorite books.....Jason vincent is smart(not many people know that about him),gorgeous,popular n the star basketball player at Cross High. Girls want him n guys want 2 be him. He is dating Lisa who is popular, gorgeous n a b!tch. She can have any guy she wants n she knows that n takes it to her already big head. Kyra Evans is extremely smart, pretty n doesnt care what anyone thinks about her. She keeps her hair braided up but everyone just calls it nappy-headed. Except for jason, he thinks it looks soft n he wouldnt mind runing his hands through it. These 2 unlikely people are paired up for an english project. The more they get into the project, the more they become attracted 2 each other. Kyra finds out that Jason isnt a dumb jock and Jason realizes that he is able 2 tell Kyra things that he cant even tell his girlfriend or his best friend Greg. Like that his father is abusive n he is lonely since his dad is always gone on business n his mom is dead. No body understands him n his pain except for Kyra. Jason later dumps Lisa for Kyra and now Lisa wants revenge. She tries 2 break them up by using a weak point in their relationship...SEX. Kyra is just not ready 2 lose her virginity even if she loves Jason. Everybody knows that, they also know that Lisa was giving it up regularly when she n jason were together. They all know that Kyra cant compete with that, but they dont know how much Jason loves Kyra and how"sex isnt worth losing you over" so Jason says 2 Kyra. But Kyra still isnt sure about that because"Jason has been having sex regularly since he lost his virginity" so Kyra says 2 her sister."And you cant just stop having sex easily." Can Jason and Kyra get through their obstacles of Lisa,sex n the whole school n still be together in the end. I know the answer 2 that but your gonna have 2 read it 2 find out. I recommend it 2 as many people as I can. I wish there was a sequel.Oh n check out my recommended books they r my other favorites especially SHORTIE LIKE MINE.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 23, 2014

    I loved this story so much!!! I've read it dozens of times and i

    I loved this story so much!!! I've read it dozens of times and it still never gets old!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 17, 2013

    You¿d think because this story is the typical set up of a jock


    You’d think because this story is the typical set up of a jock and a nerd who fall in love, that it would be boring and just another romance book, but you’re wrong. Dana Davidson makes teens feel right at home with the whole first day of school set up; after all, everyone knows how that can be. Jason Vincent, 16, is every high school girls dream guy, handsome, athletic, smart, talented, and of course popular. To everyone at school he has everything going great for him, the perfect life, but what people don’t know is that he’d probably rather have their lives. With the stress of being a captain, his relationship with his father on the rocks, and the pressures of his ego on campus; Jason has a lot on his shoulders. Kyra Evans an AP student, Is completely comfortable in her own skin, she doesn’t try to be like anyone but herself. Preparing for a “prestigious science competition” Kyra everyday in her 7th period continuously puts her project together in hopes to win cash and a college grant scholarship. How could these two, clearly from two different worlds fall in love? That’s what I thought, until one day in Mrs. Devon’s AP English class a research project was assigned and they were to be partners. Once they’d spent timeless hours, countless meets, and even going out to eat, the two formed a great friendship that eventually led to romance. Every romance has its obstacles, and it wasn’t exactly the perfect fairytale for the two especially with Jason’s ex, Lisa, living to make sure their relationship falls apart. Will Jason and Kyra be able to maintain their love? Will Lisa sink to drastic measures to get her man back? Will the two let the talk of their school, and peers drive their newfound bond into the ground? Dana Davidson does a great job, capturing the hearts of many early and leaving them on the tips of their toes till the very end.

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  • Posted December 11, 2010

    "Jason and Kyra" by Dana Davidson was a book I could not put down! Teenage love story, two unlikely characters fell inlove with each other.

    Jason and Kyra is a page turner. Jason is a basketball star and one of the most popular guys in school. Every girl wants to be his, but the lucky one is Lisa. She is the girl that every guy wants. Brainy Kyra isn't popular, but she doesn't much care what other people think. Jason and Kyra's lives were not supposed to cross in high school at all, until a fateful English research paper project brings the two of them together. As the two become close and eventually start to fall in love, no one in school can believe it, especially Jason's ex-girlfriend, who is determined to get him back. And Jason finds himself telling Kyra things he can't even tell his best friend. Being together means navigating the obstacles that are coming their way, but staying apart may be impossible. Two unlikely people fell inlove. The characters are also all talented magnet school students, with abilities in areas both athletic and academic. The plot is dramatic and really captures the true love and high-school.

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  • Posted September 9, 2010

    Must Read.!

    This book is absolutely amazing. I just randomly brought this book because it just appeared interesting. From the moment I read the first page I was hooked. I could not put it down. It took me less than two days to complete! I love it so much I let half my friends borrow it to read and they all loved it also. But one of my friends lost it so I'm up here to buy it again because I want to read it again just because it is that amazing.!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 9, 2010

    AMAZING BOOK

    OMG THIS AN AMAZING BOOK!!!!!!!!! MY FRIEND CHECKED THIS BOOK OUIT FROM THE LIBRARY AND WHEN I SAW IT,I HAD TO HAVE IT!!!!! WHEN I GOT IT SHE WAS 5 TO 6 CHAPTERS IN FRONT OF ME!!!! WHEN I STARTED READING THE BOOK, I COULDN'T PUT IT DOWN. I FINSHED IN A DAY AND A HALF. I ALSO FISHED BEFORE MY FRIEND. THIS BOOK IS TRULY AMAZING!!!!!! I WOULD RECOMEND THIS BOOK TO ANYONE WHO LOVES ROMANCE,REALISM AND JUST UNIQUE THINGS!!!!!!
    SINCERLY,
    LOVER OF BOOKS

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  • Posted May 4, 2010

    Jason and Kyra

    This was a good book, the only thing is that it took a while for the conflict to come, but when it did arrived it was a good. For anyone who is interested in romance for teens then i suggest this book for you. It was good, just not great.

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  • Posted February 10, 2010

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    AMAZING MY FAVORITE BOOK

    ALL I CAN SAY IS THIS THE BEST BOOK I'VE EVER READ IN MY LIFE I READ THIS BOOK A LOT OF TIMES I LOST COUNT.. IT IS SO ROMANTIC THIS THE TYPE OF BOOK YOU'LL NEVER LOST INTEREST IN. YOU'LL WANT TO KNOW WHAT'S GONNA HAPPEN NEXT. AFTER I READ THIS BOOK I WAS SCARED OF READING SOMETHING ELSE CAUSE I THINK IT WILL NEVER BE AS GOOD AS JASON AND KYRA.
    BEST BOOK EVER I RECOMMEND IT TO ANY TEENAGER.

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  • Posted September 7, 2009

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    best book i eva read

    Jason and Kyra is the best book i ever read hands down. This book is showing how to love birds deal with a relationship. A lot of teens can relate to this book. I reccommend that you buy this book I gurantee you will love it.

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  • Posted August 31, 2009

    I loved it

    This book was sooooooooooooooooo good. I could hardly put it down because it was so good.I think it is more for blacks because they could understand it better and have possbily been through it.
    Overall, Great Book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2009

    Very good book

    This book was good. Not astounding but good. It has romance, but is slow at some parts. Overall= great book :)

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  • Posted July 20, 2009

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    AWSOME!!!

    I loved this BOOK!!!! I read it in four hours becuase once I started I couldn't stop. Every page kept me wanting more!!! Dana Davidson did a great job. Every teen will love this. It's so realistic and something I can relate to being in high school.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 9, 2009

    Wow

    July 9, 2009. Your reading my comment

    2. Now your saying/thinking thats a stupid fact.

    4. You didnt notice that i skipped 3.

    5. Your checking it now.

    6. Your smiling.

    7. Your still reading my comment.

    8. You know all you have read is true.

    10. You didnt notice that i skipped 9.

    11. Your checking it now.

    12. You didnt notice there are only 10 facts


    Copy and paste to 1 book, tomorrow will be your best day ever! no matter WHAT!!!!!

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  • Posted May 30, 2009

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    Eh

    I've read this book two times now. Both times I was disappointed. The plot was dry and predictable. The dialogue was sappy and boring. The author spent more time talking about the character's appearance and clothing than actually making 3-dimensional characters. Wasn't good at all, and I wouldn't even recommend it as a beach read.

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  • Posted February 7, 2009

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    AWESOME BOOK

    it was so amazingly touching and this book doesnt let you walk away. i sayed up till 2 finishing it

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 8, 2009

    Falling in Love All over again.

    If you really like romantic books, you will really enjoy reading this book. It¿s about two teen age high schoolers falling in love with each other, but their love seems impossible. It really makes you feel like you¿re part of it. Its one of those books that can make you want to feel in love. Although the genre is romance, there¿s so much more that real high schoolers go through. It shows both perspectives about the two main characters (Jason & Kyra). Their thoughts and feelings alternate throughout the whole book. Kyra experiences peer pressure while Jason has personal problems. The overall theme is love and friendship. It really shows how you can be in love and in a relationship while still being able to remain friends at the same time. I would say this is a fast reading book because it really has you turning pages. I would recommend this book to teens ages 14-17 and to those who really love books like Romeo and Juliet.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 29, 2008

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    Really Good

    I loved this book, i might even call it my favorite. I just think the relationship with them is SOOOOOOO amazing! I would definatley recomend this book to everyone.

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