On The Flip Side by Nikki Carter
(Fab Life)

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Living your dreams is the hard part . . .

Sunday Tolliver has a mega-smash album up for major awards--and her first few months as a college freshman are everything she hoped for. But juggling all this and her long-distance romance with boyfriend Sam is taking drama to mad-crazy levels. Hot up-and-coming video star DeShawn isn't letting Sunday's relationship keep him from getting close. And relentless online gossip is seriously shaking Sunday's trust in Sam. On top of that, her jealous diva cousin, Dreya, just won't stay out of Sunday's face--especially now that she's in the running for the same music awards. The only way Sunday can stop the madness and get back on track is to trust her instincts--and get a little help from her friends. . .

"This series is poised to ‘blow up'. . ." --Kirkus

Praise for Nikki Carter

". . .plenty of reality show-type drama." --Romantic Times on Doing My Own Thing

"Nikki Carter is a fresh, new voice." ?ReShonda Tate Billingsley, Essence® bestselling author

 

About Nikki Carter

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Nikki Carter is the author of the drama-filled Fab Life series, including: Not A Good Look, All The Wrong Moves, Doing My Own Thing, and On the Flip Side. On the Flip Side was nominated for a 2012 Young Adult Library Services Association award. She lives in Carrolton, TX (near Dallas). Visit her at myspace.com/authornikkicarter.
 
Published February 28, 2012 by Kensington Books. 257 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Enjoying her fame but staying level-headed, Sunday quickly makes a new group of friends at college, including down-to-earth roommate Gia, elitist Meagan, and white former foster kid Piper.

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