Jazzy Charpentier just turned 17 in January and decides to go to Clark University for her Degrees in CIS (Computer Information Systems) and Auto Tech, working for her cousin. She is his apprentice mechanic and has been helping him run his shop since she was 14. She started as the office manager (making the calls, handling the paperwork, and dealing with the business end of things). She took business courses at Monty Tech so she could help her cousin.
The plan has worked, and Clare and Libby are on tour with the members of *NSYNC. Can Clare work through her problems with JC without wanting to kill him? Will Lisa ever get a diagnosis for her mystery illness? Will Justin and Libby finally get the time together they've been craving? Find out in 'On The Road'.
Hi, my name is Samantha Charpentier. Everyone calls me Jazzy, even my family and teachers. Every time music comes on, I 'jazz' out. I'm from Fitchburg, MA. My mom is FORCING me to move to Orlando. I think it's a wasted move. I'm leaving all my friends and family behind, other than my mom. I'll probably end up being miserable... Or will I? Here's my POV on the move, starting with when we hug our family and friends good-bye. The year is 1996, just before the New Year.
Jazzy has dirty blonde hair in the very beginning. Her story starts after MMC and at the very beginning of *NSYNC. She's only going on 14 soon after moving to Orlando. What will she do? Who will she meet? What will she accomplish? Who will become her friends? Only one way to find out-read her stories.
Lance Bass is a happily married man with a wife and a son on the way. Lance goes to satisfy one of his wife's cravings and gets into a car accident. Doctors say that he'll have memory loss. How much will Lance remember? Will he gain all of it back? Read on to find out! :D (I know mu summary might suck but PLEASE PLEASE read, review and comment!! And I'll keep posting!)
Jazzy has some major decisions to make as she grows up. She turns 16 soon and life gets harder than she thought. Most of us girls/women can relate. More often than not, she thinks about a few people far too much and over analyzes everything. *NSYNC/BSB/Aaron Carter crossover
I smile as the beep and flash of my camera goes off, but he doesn't move an inch. He's still knocked out on the bed in front of me. I'm sitting on a chair across from him, wearing his boxers and his dress shirt that I threw on the ground the night before. I just had to take that picture of him.