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Click for more detail about College Life 302: Advanced Placement (The College Life Series, Vol 6) by J.B. Vample College Life 302: Advanced Placement (The College Life Series, Vol 6)

by J.B. Vample
Jessyca Vample Publishing (Jun 26, 2018)
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The dust has barely settled after an emotional, eventful semester, but Chasity Parker, Malajia Simmons, Alexandra Chisolm, Sidra Howard and Emily Harris return to Paradise Valley University to tackle yet another one. Walking away from her abusive relationship, Malajia hopes to be able to move on with her life. That hope becomes reality when an unlikely person expresses interest in her. But when a past mistake comes back to haunt her, Malajia is not only faced with a difficult decision, but the weight of her past comes crashing down—threatening her sanity and her new relationship. Between trying to cope with her loss and facing the uncertainty of her relationship, Chasity has been trying her best to hold it together. When a face from the past shows up, bringing with them shocking news and a bold request, Chasity is left feeling both angry, and confused. With her world being turned upside down, Chasity isn’t sure how much more she can take before she breaks. Academic probation behind her, aside from a few tough class assignments, Emily should be relatively stress-free. But the strained relationship with her mother, whom she hasn’t spoken to, still weighs heavy on her. When a family tragedy brings Emily face-to-face with not only her scorned mother, but another bitter family member, Emily hopes that the strength that she’s gained is enough to handle the confrontation. Certain group members’ friendships become closer, leaving Sidra both feeling left out and acting out. Even her best friend doesn’t have much time for her anymore. But Sidra must learn that in order to truly be a good friend, she must check her selfish tendencies, and be there for them in their time of need. Not only are new books being opened this semester, but so are old wounds. As much as this group desperately wants to move forward, past pains are holding them back. They must decide if they’re going to allow the past to continue to have a hold on them, or learn to forgive in order to move on and close out their junior year in peace.


Click for more detail about College Life 301: Junior Seminar (The College Life Series, Vol 5) by J.B. Vample College Life 301: Junior Seminar (The College Life Series, Vol 5)

by J.B. Vample
Jessyca Vample Publishing (Nov 29, 2017)
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Entering their junior year at Paradise Valley University; Sidra Howard, Malajia Simmons, Chasity Parker, Emily Harris and Alexandra Chisolm couldn’t be more excited. But while the new year means a new start for some; it unfortunately means new problems for others. No longer under her mother’s roof, Emily is enjoying college for the first time. However, the stress of trying to reverse the damage done to her grades is threatening her new-found peace. Emily can only hope that she can handle the pressure without falling back into old habits. Between balancing her classes and job, the last thing on Alex’s mind is men. Yet, a chance meeting with a handsome transfer student, makes her rethink the possibility of companionship. But Alex soon realizes that she’s unable to handle a certain type of relationship; causing her to act in a way that she isn’t proud of. Sidra’s only concerns seem to be her tough course load and finding time for long conversations with her older love-interest. That is, until a surprise confession threatens to ruin a friendship with the person closest to her. Malajia continues to go against her better judgment, which keeps her in the arms of her jealous boyfriend. As he becomes more unstable, their relationship becomes more tumultuous. Malajia soon finds herself placed in situations that are both stressful and life-threatening. With family secrets behind her, an ideal living situation and a thriving relationship, Chasity is hoping to finally have a drama free semester. However, when she is asked to keep a friend’s dangerous secret, she finds herself thrown back into the drama. That, on top of dealing with an unexpected secret of her own, Chasity winds up risking both her safety and her relationship. Bad judgments, bruised egos, and ferocious brawls threaten to damage friendships and ruin lives. It seems that no matter how much closer the girls become, things still have the ability to tear them apart. They can only hope that the emotional damage done—isn’t beyond repair.


Click for more detail about College Life 202: Core Principles (The College Life Series, Vol 4) by J.B. Vample College Life 202: Core Principles (The College Life Series, Vol 4)

by J.B. Vample
Jessyca Vample Publishing (May 22, 2017)
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After a tense winter recess, Chasity Parker, Malajia Simmons, Sidra Howard, Emily Harris, and Alexandra Chisolm return to Paradise Valley University to finish out their sophomore year. It doesn’t take long for their problems from last semester to spill into the new one. Malajia throws caution to the wind and gives a questionable love interest another chance. The promising new relationship soon becomes filled with jealousy and disrespect. Refusing to give up and ignoring all voices of reason, Malajia winds up losing more than she bargained for. After finally coming to terms with her true feelings for Jason Adams, Chasity realizes that she must face her fears and tell him the truth, or risk losing him. If that weren’t hard enough, Chasity unexpectedly comes face to face with her birth mother. Learning the shocking truth about who her parents are, Chasity is forced on an emotional roller coaster she is unsure she will ever get off of. Sidra is desperately trying to keep her stress-induced temper in check. But when problems with her messy neighbors intensify, Sidra is forced to reveal her angry side as she takes matters into her own hands. Emily’s growing need for alcohol to cope with stress is pushing her further into a state of depression. When her grades continue to take a nosedive, her mother’s threat of a school transfer becomes imminent. Defeated, Emily fears that if things don’t change, she will lose both her independence and sanity. The new semester brings forth rising tensions. Hurtful words are taken in and harsh truths are dished out. However, the girls learn that no matter how bad things get between them—when it matters—they have each other’s back. If they hope to survive this next phase of college life, they’ll have to.


Click for more detail about College Life 201: Sophomore Studies (The College Life Series, Vol 3) by J.B. Vample College Life 201: Sophomore Studies (The College Life Series, Vol 3)

by J.B. Vample
Jessyca Vample Publishing (Nov 01, 2016)
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Much to the relief of many, a new school year has fallen upon the students of Paradise Valley University. Alexandra Chisolm, Chasity Parker, Sidra Howard, Malajia Simmons and Emily Harris are thrilled to officially be sophomores. With a roommate shake-up that takes some getting used to, the girls hope that it’s the only shake-up that will happen. When Alex’s high school friends, Stacey and Victoria enter PVU as freshmen, she couldn’t be more excited. Having all of her friends in one place is a dream come true. Alex’s excitement is short lived once Victoria begins to show jealousy towards Alex’s “college family”. That, on top of facing a shocking betrayal, sends Alex into a fit of anger that she is unsure she will be able to recover from. After a scare, Chasity decides to look for her birth mother and her decision causes a major clash with someone she least expects. As if that stress weren’t enough, Chasity realizes that the growing feelings that she has for Jason Adams have become harder for her to ignore. During a blackout, the two cross a line that leaves both confused. In a fit of emotion, one makes a decision that ultimately changes the course of their relationship. Emily’s new living arrangements and mother’s constant hovering start to take its toll. Feeling helpless and lonely, Emily’s grades begin to suffer. Finding the stress too much to bear, Emily finds a way to cope. But her methods may prove to be too much for her to handle. Mistakenly, the girls thought that after surviving the events of their freshman year; that their first semester as upperclassmen would be a breeze. With secrets, drama, and emotions at an all-time high, these unlikely friends find that on top of handling their growing course load, they’ll have to get a handle on their personal lives, both on and off campus.


Click for more detail about College Life 102: Social Learning (The College Life Series, Vol 2) by J.B. Vample College Life 102: Social Learning (The College Life Series, Vol 2)

by J.B. Vample
Jessyca Vample Publishing (Apr 15, 2016)
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With their first college semester behind them, Sidra Howard, Chasity Parker, Malajia Simmons, Alexandra Chisolm and Emily Harris return to Paradise Valley University with the hopes that this semester will come with less drama. Those hopes are shattered as the new semester’s events begin to unfold. The closer this group gets, the more they hang out. This takes money; money that Alex simply doesn’t have. Between trying to keep up with her friends financially, and maintaining her basic college expenses, Alex is desperate to make ends meet and for the first time in her life, she resents her situation. Tired of being criticized for missing out on all things fun, and hoping to avoid spending another semester break at home; Emily takes a chance and lies to her overprotective mother in order to get away for spring break. The consequences of her actions are more than she bargained for. The girls’ determination to keep Chasity from staying to herself this semester, is working on the loners’ last nerve. Trying to keep the intrusive group at arm’s length is proving to be just as difficult as trying to keep her growing attraction to Jason Adams from getting the best of her. It doesn’t help that the handsome football star makes no attempts at slowing down his pursuit of her. Already on edge; when the campus trouble maker Jackie Stevens makes it known that she has it out for her; Chasity, not being one to back down, feeds into the drama. Tensions between Chasity and Jackie come to a head and Sidra gets caught in a nasty crossfire. Enraged, a planned retaliation occurs, landing the girls in a situation that has the potential to ruin their lives. The girls realize that their second semester is proving to be a lot tougher than the first and if they ever want to finish out their freshman year; they must put aside petty differences and stick together more than ever.


Click for more detail about College Life 101: Freshman Orientation (The College Life Series, Vol 1) by J.B. Vample College Life 101: Freshman Orientation (The College Life Series, Vol 1)

by J.B. Vample
Jessyca Vample Publishing (Dec 19, 2015)
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When it comes to life, class is always in session

Leaving home for the first time to attend college is stressful enough. But when the roommate lottery of Paradise Valley University strikes, it produces couples who have absolutely nothing in common; causing personality clashes which takes the stress to a whole new level. Dismay hits Sidra Howard, the prim and proper princess, when she contemplates spending an entire semester with Chasity Parker, the troubled beauty with a sharp tongue and even sharper claws. Malajia Simmons, a boy crazed, attention seeking diva, is no happier. Not only does she get stuck with the upper bunk bed, she has to share a triple room with Alexandra Chisolm, a nosey and overbearing, self proclaimed "know-it-all". But even the meddling Alexandra isn’t as bad as Emily Harris, the shy, mommy’s girl with a non-existent backbone.

Coming to college to escape her home life, Chasity hopes to get through the semester without any problems. Her hopes are tainted once she begins to have to resist the advances of a determined football star, on top of dealing with family drama which seems to have followed her. Alexandra’s need to fix everyone’s problems not only rubs her roommates the wrong way, it also causes her to fall blind to the problems brewing with the boyfriend that she left behind. Eventually she’ll be forced to face the issues head on. Emily’s refusal to come out of her shell is too much to handle for party girl Malajia, whose main purpose is to have fun and be seen. The same doesn’t apply to Sidra, who’s more concerned with trying to keep her over-the-top stress level under control.

These five young women try to handle family drama, pressure, and conflicts; all while trying to maintain their grades. They quickly learn that college life isn’t what they expected and must adapt to their new environment if they ever hope to make it through their first semester.