Fitting In: (Summer '16): Fitting In (Is Hard to Do)

Fitting In: (Summer '16): Fitting In (Is Hard to Do)

by Heaven J Fox

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Fitting In: (Summer '16): Fitting In (Is Hard to Do) by Heaven J Fox

The Westbrook Squad is experiencing the worst summer ever and they can't wait for it to end. Last school year, the squad got themselves into unthinkable trouble and now they're paying for it with their summer.

Amber finds out a devastating family secret that may upset the already dysfunctional home. Amber's struggling to come to grips with the reality Quincy and Hunter is as strong as a rock. They both make it clear to her he's not coming back. Roman and Symphony has called it quits for good, making Amber's intentions fly back to Roman but his mind is occupied by somebody different.

Symphony's all the way #TeamDeKing after realizing she can't get over Roman's deception. Aside from having her summer ruined she's handling adult growing financial situations and can't seem to find a way out.

Roman discovers his family tree, and he doesn't appear too thrilled about it. Trying to condition and struggling to maintain his spot on the team, he's still having difficulty with his leg and discover himself doing the unthinkable just to get pain relief.

Hunter's bending over backward to make the most of her summer but it's rough being a teen mom. Her and her father finally work on their father daughter bond and so far this summer that and Quincy may be the only upside. Until she finds out some overwhelming news of her own and now, she could lose all that she just gained.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781545404102
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/24/2017
Pages: 152
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.35(d)

About the Author

HEAVEN J. FOX is the author of bestseller Kissing Cousins and The Westbrook High Series. Heaven's has always had a lifelong desire of becoming an author. Her natural passion is writing realistic young adult fiction. One of her pet peeves is hearing youths declare they don't like to read, or the dreaded, "Black kids can't read." Heaven's solution to this problem is giving teens and young adults something they aspire to read. Her writing motto is "Teaching Without Preaching" because she understands there are lessons to be learned from anyone's experiences, whether it be realistic or fictional.

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