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Teen Book Review: Courtin’ Jayd

Courtin’ Jayd by L. Divine

In this book Drama High: Courtin’ Jayd, by L. Divine, Jayd is stuck in a love triangle between Rah and Jeremy. One of Jayd’s best friends Mickey is pregnant and Mickey doesn’t know if her boyfriend or her secret lover Nigel which is jade’s best friend is the father of her baby. So Mickey is not speaking to Jayd because she thinks Nigel shouldn’t be informed about not being the father. Misty is Jayd’s ex friend, Misty does everything in her power to expose Jayd’s linage. Rah has a baby by a girl named Trish. Trish uses the baby to get what she wants from Rah which is for him not to be with Jayd. I enjoyed the drama in this book. I also enjoyed the characteristics of the characters.

**The above review was written by Breanna as part of the Teen Fine Alternative Program.  If you’re interested in working off fines owed on CLP materials and are between the ages of 12-18, please contact your local CLP location.**

3 Responses

  1. I LIKE THIS BOOK ALOT BECAUSE THE BOOK IS KIND OF LIKE MY LIFE AT MY SCHOOL,FROM MY FRIEND GETTING PREGANT AND DONT KNOW IF HER BABYDADY IS HER BOYFRIEND OR A BOY THAT SHE MISS AROUND WITH WHILE SHE IS GOIN WITH HER BOYFRIEND! I THINK THIS BOOK IS AWSOME BOOK FOR JR HIGH AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS.

  2. isn’t trish his girl and sandy his baby moms

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