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Trouble Follows (Indigo Summer #2)

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Life Is (Was...Will Be?) Good
Indigo Summer has everything she wants: a coveted spot on the high school dance squad, a hot boyfriend (the one and only Marcus Carter) and--her best friend, Jade, is moving back to Atlanta! But why does trouble always have to follow? Jade is suddenly getting too cozy with their good-looking history teacher. And instead of shooting hoops, Marcu
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Published December 1st 2007 by Kimani Press
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2AyannaB
Aug 19, 2011 2AyannaB is currently reading it  ·  review of another edition
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1KianteC
Sep 30, 2011 1KianteC is currently reading it  ·  review of another edition
So Far this is an interesting book. There's this girl name Jade and her parents divorced,but she wants to get them back together. Her mom takes her and her sister to New Jersey to live with their Grandmother. Jade absolutely hates living up there. She thinks that her mom doesn't care about her having start over with new friends and a new school. Jade has this plan to act up in school and get bad grades and everything just so she can move her with dad. Her plans goes well and her mom gets fed up ...more
Shanda
Apr 11, 2012 Shanda rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I loved this book. It was really good. I loved Indigo Summer. I've heard of her series but this was really good. Jade is getting touched by her teacher Mr.Collins.(Which is really nasty). I think she keeped it hidden to long as soon as it happened she should have ran and told an trusted adult. Indigo was trying to figure out what was going on with Jade but she had family and boyfriend problems to attend. Marcus, Indigo's boyfriend, has been arrested for being in a car with some firends that was ...more
Kwashawna
Nov 13, 2013 Kwashawna rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Trouble follows is a novel that takes us behind the lenses of three teens growing up in Georgia. The one of the main character Jade is faced with the trouble of trying trying to reunite her parents after a recent divorce all while struggling at school when she suddenly feels herself becoming to close to one of her teacher. Indigo, jades best friend, has all she can ask for, a spot on the dance team,a boyfriend on the basketball team,but suddenly she is faced with a challenge when her boyfriend M ...more
Rayzin
Indigo Summer has everything she wants: a coveted spot on the high school dance squad, a hot boyfriend (the one and only Marcus Carter) and—her best friend, Jade, is moving back to Atlanta! But why does trouble always have to follow? Jade is suddenly getting too cozy with their good-looking history teacher. And instead of shooting hoops, Marcus is sitting in a courthouse, forced to prove his innocence for something he didn't do. Indigo is feeling the pressure—from the squad, from her friends, fr ...more
Brianna Sanchez
May 07, 2012 Brianna Sanchez rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
So imagine if your best friend moved far away with her mom and little sister because her parents had gotten a divorce. And she didn't like it there in New Jersey. So she acts bad so she can come back to Atlanta to see you and her dad!And she acts bad she gets bad grades and when her mom found out she got in so much trouble and she couldn't put up so she gave her a plane ticket to go back to Atlanta. And when she came back her teacher Mr.Collins Would give her bogus detention for something she di ...more
Ronice
Jul 10, 2009 Ronice is currently reading it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: everybody
Recommended to Ronice by: nobody
the book so far is good im on page 44. so far i have met 4 characters .... i didnt get to the trouble part yet so im going to keep reading to get to that partNow im at the part when indigo goes over jades house and they go to a party in her building and marcus her boyfriend shows up and sees her dancing with a boy named terrence..so he gets mad and leaves wiith some of the football team and one of the boys start smoking they get pulled over for a busted taillight and they wind up finding some we ...more
Alexis
Aug 02, 2008 Alexis rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
this is the second book to indiqo summer this book made me so sad happy and mad at the same time if yu read the first book i sugest yu do if not yu should start
C3.C3
Sep 03, 2008 C3.C3 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: anyone who does not know what to do in life.
Recommended to C3.C3 by: no one
What I have learned form this book is that you have to fight for what you want, but make your choice wisely.
Keanna Lewis
Dec 12, 2011 Keanna Lewis rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I thought it was really good
Tiffany Spencer

TROUBLE FOLLOWS
PLOT: Jade Morgan moves back to Atlanta with plans to get her parents back together. But she isn't counting on a father that’s dating someone other than her mother, a molesting History teacher that loves to give her bogus detentions just to get her alone, or a hot Chocolate boy that's feeling her and wants to make his move. Indigo is happy to have her bestie back but worries that she'll get fat and get kicked off the dance team so she turns bulimic. Marcus gets caught up in a scan
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Moya White
In the second book, Trouble Follows, of the Indigo novels, Indigo's best friend, Jade, moves back with her dad and Indigo is happy to have her back. Jade wanted to get her family back together but did not know how. She thought that if she misbehaved she would get the attention that she wanted. Instead that only cause her to move in with her dad and be away from her sister and her mother. She joined the school that Indigo is attending and wants to join the dance team along with Indigo, but the hi ...more
Tamya Roye
Apr 09, 2014 Tamya Roye rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Trouble Follows is the second book to Indigo Summers and it is even better. Indigo's best friend, Jade, comes back and everything is back to normal except for the fact that indigo now has a boyfriend. Indigo and Marcus's relationship has been going good until one day Marcus sees something that almost makes him not want to talk to her again. Marcus, Jade, and Indigo all go through hardships and have trouble getting over them. Marcus has to prove that he is innocent for something that he is being ...more
UrbanHooks
Jun 02, 2015 UrbanHooks rated it really liked it
Trouble = eating disorders, teacher molestation, and drugs

Book two of the Indigo Summer series. This one addresses eating disorders, teacher molestation, and drugs. Indigo, Jade, and Marcus all get their fair share of trouble. All themes are weaved nicely together. Realistic approach describing experiences from a young person's point of view.
Wynter
Nov 01, 2012 Wynter rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I Thought This Book Was A Good Book I Really Enjoyed It. It Was Very Engaging An Entertaining The Only Thing I Did Not Like Really Enjoy In This Book Was How When One Of The Characters Was Get Touched On By Her Teacher I Did Not Really Like How They Handled The Situation But Anyways I Really Enjoyed This Book An Thought It Was A Good Book.
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Bria
Sep 03, 2012 Bria rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book is something every girl and boy goes through in high school because there is so much pressure to live up to. This book is great to read if you don't want to feel like your alone. I recommend this book for everyone.
Christina M.
May 08, 2009 Christina M. rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
this book only took me about 3 days to finish i had a lot of time on my hands and i enjoyed this book also. you can never break a true friendship.
Adrienna
Jan 04, 2009 Adrienna rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
I know this is a YA book, but it did not catch my interest within the first few pages, skimmed through it, and did not see anything that would grab me in.
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Oct 30, 2015 Tamerah Tyndall rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Monica McKayhan started writing when she was twelve years old, always dreaming of becoming a published author. Finally her dream came true when her fi rst novel, As Real As It Gets, was published in January 2005. Since then Monica has written several adult and young adult novels.

She attended public schools in Kansas City, Kansas, where she played basketball, was a member of the pep squad and was o
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