When Brianna unearths a family secret, the life she’s known unravels. She trusts no one except Dana, her best friend. But Dana will move away at the end of the summer, leaving Brianna to face her senior year friendless and alone.
A last chance to bond with Dana lies in a summer trip abroad with the Spanish Club. Yet the promise of a once-unattainable first love, another painful secret, and Mexico—gripped in World Cup fever—threaten to rip the girls apart for good. As their lives hang in the balance, Brianna must find the strength and forgiveness to reconcile the friend she once was with the new person she desperately wants to be.
An honest coming-of-age, The Spanish Club chronicles the universal struggle to define oneself within the boundaries of friendship and love—even when the ones you trust break the rules.
Have you ever been to a neighborhood where no one is safe? You wake up to drug addicts lurking and you go to sleep to the ringing sounds of gunshots. That's how it was for Jadon Jackson aka Don, and his family, for most of his life. From the very first time he harmed someone, at the young age of 10, he knew his life would never be the same.
After his mother and father divorced, they never spoke to each other again. Jadon was quickly exposed to the streets and turned them into a money maker. After getting his own plug to supply the streets, Jadon used his money wisely. He took care of his family, but with the streets on his back, Jadon couldn't live comfortably and enjoy his fortune. Even through all the struggles and going to war with his enemies, he happened to find love in the midst. Jadon thought the lady in his life could change his life, but he was wrong.
Read this 90's hood love tale and you will find yourself in your wildest dreams. Will Jadon find peace in his street life or will it change his life forever?