Sisters. Vanessa is gorgeous and sophisticated. Downright selfish and conceited, she was too outspoken. Jazzmine is homely and quiet. Selfless and sensitive, she is gullible and naive. Vanessa, the oldest, is ashamed of her fat, homely sister, and she would do anything to get rid of her. Jazzmine, however, admires her older sister and looks up to her. Right before her high school graduation, terrible incidents began to occur in Jazzmine's life with her sister's assistance. Unable to face the people involved, she opts to move thousands of miles away to college. Upon departure, she vowed never to return unless it is absolutely urgent. Disaster strikes! Their father was in a tragic accident, and he begs Vanessa to call her sister home. Reluctantly, she did. Jazzmine returns home, but everything is so different and so new to Vanessa. Jazzmine is no longer the fat, homely girl who left her years ago. She is now JAZZ, a gorgeous, petite woman. Vanessa's attitude toward her sister changes from shame to dangerous jealousy. To what extreme is she willing to go? Joclyn R. Gipson A resident of Pine Bluff, Arkansas her entire life, she is a cosmetologist of nine years. A faithful member of Grace Temple Baptist Church, she gives all glory to God for her progressing writing ability. She enjoys caring for her three nephews. Writing has been a hobby of hers since elementary, as Spelling and English were her most loved subjects in school. It is her goal to continue to write fiction novels, and perhaps become a renowned author. She has written several other novels, which she hopes to publish in the near future.