By Monica McKayhan
Indigo summer time and her ally, Jade, are on the most sensible in their video game. They're the most well-liked women in school, the easiest dancers at the high-school squad, and now one in every of them goes to be group captain. Indigo simply by no means anticipated it to be Jade. For the 1st time in ceaselessly, Indigo is jealous of her ally, and they're no longer the single ones at the squad facing significant drama. Tameka rocked her SATs and is destined for a best collage, yet one lapse in judgment along with her boyfriend, Vance, will swap everything.
Friendships, the staff, their futures...this time, it's all at the line.
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