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Drama High: Second Chance
     

Drama High: Second Chance

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by L. Divine
 

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Back for another dose of high drama, Compton's sassiest, Jayd Jackson, is about to discover it really is a different world when she starts dating South Bay High's finest white boy. . .

All Jayd Jackson wants is a drama-free year at South Bay High, a.k.a. Drama High. But it doesn't seem she's going to get it. It's only the second week of Junior year and

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Back for another dose of high drama, Compton's sassiest, Jayd Jackson, is about to discover it really is a different world when she starts dating South Bay High's finest white boy. . .

All Jayd Jackson wants is a drama-free year at South Bay High, a.k.a. Drama High. But it doesn't seem she's going to get it. It's only the second week of Junior year and already, Misty, her nemesis, has almost gotten her killed after instigating a fight between Jayd and KJ's girlfriend, Trecee. But it goes with the territory. She's a fire child, and granddaughter to Lynne Mae Williams—Mama—and Mama says that means the drama will follow Jayd wherever she goes. Even so, Jayd just wants to chill, still hoping Junior year can carry on, drama-free. And with Misty and KJ reportedly "hanging," Jayd is ready to move on. But the brother won't stop blowing up Jayd's cellie, and the text-messages keep coming; and the message is clear: KJ wants Jayd back bad.

But Jayd couldn't care less. She's got a new man to kick-it with now—a half-Jewish white boy from Palos Verdes whose parents are loaded with a capital "L." And Jeremy Weiner's no ordinary white boy—he listens to East Coast rap, he's got a sweet ride, and he's got it bad for Jayd Jackson. But no one at South Bay High will just let a sistah be happy. Misty's back to her usual foolishness, KJ's all over her jock, and the notoriously anti-black teacher Mrs. Bennett is tripping. Jeremy's got her totally sprung, but she's going to have to rely on her brains—and some of Mama's magic, of course—if she's going to survive another week at Drama High.

But Jayd couldn't care less. She's got a new man to kick-it with now—a half-Jewish white boy from Palos Verdes whose parents are loaded with a capital "L." And Jeremy Weiner's no ordinary white boy—he listens to East Coast rap, he's got a sweet ride, and he's got it bad for Jayd Jackson. But no one at South Bay High will just let a sistah be happy. Misty's back to her usual foolishness, KJ's all over her jock, and the notoriously anti-black teacher Mrs. Bennett is tripping. Jeremy's got her totally sprung, but she's going to have to rely on her brains—and some of Mama's magic, of course—if she's going to survive another week at Drama High.

L. Divine is at the top of her game in this superb follow-up to the power-packed Drama High: The Fight. Look for the next juicy installment, Jayd's Legacy, coming soon.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780758281838
Publisher:
Kensington
Publication date:
12/01/2006
Series:
Drama High
Sold by:
Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
240
Sales rank:
335,019
File size:
506 KB
Age Range:
14 Years

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Second Chance 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 40 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really good book. Congrats to the author of the book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is great u should read it enjoy I am 9
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Its a great book lovr it
STRAWBERRIGEMINI More than 1 year ago
Second Chance is the second book from the Drama High series. This book is a really great read and things happen that you wouldn't even expect and also the reader gets to see Jade test the waters. This book is a must read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was actual the first novel that i had ever read before i read this book i hated to read ....then last summer my mom brought me a book from the public library and it was this one. Once i read the first chapter i couldn't put the book down now i love reading new books of any kind and since i have been reading i have gotten better grades too. Any mom that needs to get her teen daughter to read i recommend this book and the True Color Series by Melody Carlson.
But if she is a African American teen girl she would LOVE this book and it's series and she might also love the Bluford series
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have read all 3 Drama High books and I have to say Jayd is amazing. Keep doing your thang Ms.Divine u r amazing.
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Now, I had read this whole book page by page and it was very good but the fact that misty keep opening her mouth jayd should kick ass!
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DKRH More than 1 year ago
This book is the best book i have ever read...i never had a favorite author until i read The Drama High Series...and the series #2(which i just got through reading) WAS BREATH takin i just cant wait to get series#3 to figure out whats going to happen next!!! Cant wait PS....this book inspired me to write a book im only 18(female) but i have faith i hope i'll be a great author as great as L.Divine..,,got to love the series,keep up the Superb work
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I love this first book off on Drama High series I mean it's the sec book rather. L. Divine is one of my favorite authors right about now, and Second Chance is such a wonderful book to read ehiter younger to older ones as well. Jayd is also a drama-free teenager in the sec one in south bay high. This book was so good form the beganing to the end! I loved it!
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