Drama On Top of Drama
Sunday, Dreya aka Drama and Truth are headed for a summer tour. Thanks to BET they are also doing a reality show. This can be just the thing they all need to get them to the next level. Unfortunately, Diva Dreya keeps up confusion, throwing fits and being extra while Truth is feeling a little too good with the groupies. All Sunday wants to do is finish the tour, get paid and get on to college.
With Sam mad at her, Sunday has to figure out how to co-exist for the sake of their careers? When Dilly, an up-and-coming rapper, is brought in to collaborate with Sunday, they seem to have a nice tune. With bad blood brewing between their families, can they keep the drama from destroying them?
If the drama wasn't already thick enough with all of that, someone is snitching and plotting and Sunday fears that this is going to end badly. When she has to decide between her family and friends, what's a girl to do?
As usual, Nikki Carter has written a book with real teens, drama and hope. "All The Wrong Moves" is perfectly coordinated. I LOVE the way in which she keeps Sunday desperately trying to do the right things. I'm looking forward to reading "Doing My Own Thing" the next title in the Fab Life series.