***ON HIATUS UNTIL I WANNA GET BACK INTO THIS/COME UP WITH BETTER CONTENT*** Eastwood College Preparatory School may be the most prestigious high school in the country, but for 16-year-old Charity Paxton, it's a personal hell. Unlike her wealthy, connected peers, Charity was raised by a single mother in a tiny apartment and attends Eastwood on a scholarship, a fact that in no way impresses the Lamborghini-driving royalty that make up the student body. Still, though, she's endured two years of fish-out-of-water floundering with a loyal best friend, and now that her junior year has begun, the finish line is in sight. Enter new kid Brett Ashmore, who quickly becomes the king of the school, and, as far as the girls at Eastwood are concerned, the world. He is everything Charity hates, from his taken-for-granted privilege, to his arrogant swagger, to his monosyllabic answers as if he's too good to talk to anyone. Brett isn't all that impressed with her either. When they're forced to work together, no one is thrilled. But they are reading Pride and Prejudice in English class after all. So maybe Charity isn't completely insane to find the themes in the book unfolding before her very eyes. As far as Brett Ashworth is concerned--she can't quite deny that there is more to him than she'd guessed--or possibly imagined.