Sofia's new friends just want to save their classmate, Brooklyn. She didn't know that meant giving her an exorcism. Secrets and blood will be spilled and nobody gets out unscathed.
After Meg is told she can t be with Hercules because she's mortal, she is given a mysterious quest from Hera. It's an opportunity for her to prove herself and if she succeeds she'll get to become a god.
Lia has one chance to leave her mark on Lincoln High and she's been getting ready for it since freshman year. It's tradition for seniors to partake in the game, Assassins. But when classmates start turning up dead, Lia worries not only about the game getting cancelled but her friends-and long time crush, Devon-possibly next to be killed.
Carmen, Tibby, Lena, and Bridget are spending their first summer apart. Friends since they could remember, they happen across a special-magical even-pair of pants. With these, they know they cannot be separated whether close or far apart and will always be there for each other.
Travis Maddox is known for being arrogant and impossible but it makes him good at his job. Still suffering from his broken heart, everything changes when the new transfer, Liis Lindy enters the picture. She's in a relationship...with her career and won't allow anything to ruin that. The two together must go undercover, but what happens when pretend is no longer pretend? When the lines blur and they get a real glimpse at one another?
Through letters, Charlie shares his freshman year in high school with his 'friend' and the misadventures he has as he works on being a part of life rather than just watching it.
Book two follows John Lewis and his fellow activists as they continue to fight for desegregation and freedom by partaking in freedom rides and protesting. Tensions rise higher and higher from outside forces as well as inside.
Haven's summer has been nothing short of overwhelming. Her family is changing and she is struggling to keep a straight head. But when an old boyfriend of her sister's returns she is reminded of past summers when she was happier.
In this first volume. Congressman John Lewis details his time going to school, college, and his part in de-segregation, starting with sit-ins at counters in diners and even his first meeting with Martin Luther King Jr.