Esme is a bold gay Jewish girl in a heavily populated Christian area. With her three best friends by her side they form Sister Mischief, a hip-hop group that defies the standards that their high school places on them. Everything is going great until Esme falls for one of her best friends. Can their friendship overcome their relationship? Or will it all come crumbling down?
Cherry is a typical small town girl. She goes to school, has a job at a fast food resturant, and has a good boyfriend. She has all these things until she saves the life of a glamarous British Hollywood star. They quickly make friends and then she asks Cherry a favor, a very unusual one that Cherry doesn't know if she can follow through with.
From the point of view of three different girls: Maddie, Jo, Skylar, and Emma, it takes place in the five years the four best friends were in camp and when they came back to reunion. They made a pact to stay best friends forever, but when they come back to camp will they be able to keep it? Through terrible fights, boys, and a whole lot of drama they put their relationship through the ultimate test.
Quicksilver is the sequel to Ultraviolet, now in the point of view of Tori. Ever since Tori and Allison have gotten back nobody will stop questioning her. She is forced to move and change her name. She actually has to change her whole identity. Then soon all the people trying to chase her finally find her. Now what is she going to do?
Can you imagine sitting in the kitchen with your mother eating cookies and all of a sudden she stops mid-sentence and walks out the door never to return? That's exactly what happened to Natalie Gordon. Four years later, now a sophomore in high school, Natalie decides to find her mother, the reason she left, and to hear the rest of her mom's story. Natalie takes twenty-four hour bus ride to Florida in which she meets people who also have stories of love and loss to share. When Natalie finds her mother will she find the answers she's been searching for?&nbs