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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, 16-year-old Marcus Carter.

The problem is, now that Indigo realizes what a great guy Marcus really is, so does someone else.

©2007 Monica McKayhan (P)2007 Audible, Inc.

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This was a good book. The ending left me hanging but I enjoyed listening. Indigo grew up like many of us not seeing what was right in her face.

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The book was good, I just think that they should have had two Narrators, one for the female in the book and one for the male in the book. The narrator didn't even try to change her voice when she spoke as though she was a male and it was pretty confusing.