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Indigo Summer by Monica McKayhan
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Indigo Summer

by Monica McKayhan

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Monica McKayhan did a great job on the book. She used Indigo to show all the young girls in the world that its okay to be confused on things young ladies are usually confused on. She opened up a world for young girls that feel alone when in comes to not understanding all the changes you go through. Indigo has young love and opens up when it came to her body and all the things that come with puberty. ( )
  AyannaTaylor | Nov 17, 2011 |
Im not finished with book just yet but so far its a great book. ( )
  KourtneyLenton | Nov 17, 2011 |
Indigo Summer is a freshman in high school who has just made the dance team and is dating Quincy, the star linebacker on the football team. Most of the story is told from Indigo's perspective, but some of the chapters are told from the perspective of her new next-door neighbor Marcus Carter who is a sophomore at her school. Marcus tries to warn Indigo that Quincy is only after one thing, but it isn't until the end of the book that she figures this out. ( )
  ceulinger | Nov 3, 2007 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0373830750, Paperback)

Fifteen-year-old Indigo Summer's world finally seems to be going in the right direction: She hooks up with the star linebacker on the high-school football team, gets a date for homecoming and makes the high-school dance squad all in the same week. But sometimes things are just too good to be true. After football star Quincy Rawlins abruptly dumps her for a girl who is willing to put out, Indigo's popularity and self-esteem take a nosedive. When her perfect world falls apart, Indigo turns to the one person who seems to have his head on straight—her next-door neighbor, sixteen-year-old Marcus Carter. The problem is, now that Indigo realizes what a great guy Marcus really is, so does someone else.

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When fifteen-year-old Indigo's perfect world falls apart she turns to her neighbor, sixteen-year-old Marcus Carter, for help but now that she has realized what a great guy he is, so does someone else.

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