Being the new girl is always hard, especially when you’re socially awkward. But when my family decides to move to Honeyton at the beginning of my senior year, I try to look at it as a chance to start over.
And it kind of looks like I might succeed. Not only do I make a new friend, but I also meet Hunter Hathingford.
Hunter is gorgeous, charming, and sweet. And while I’m definitely attracted to him, we both decide it’s a good idea for us to just be friends.
But not everything in this new town is what it seems. Everyone has secrets. Including Hunter.
I’m known as the biggest flirt in school, which is fine, even if it’s not entirely true. Sometimes I wish I could be myself and that I didn’t have to be Hunter Hathingford, son of the most wealthy and corrupt man in Honeyton. But since everyone in this town knows who I am, that doesn’t seem very realistic.
That is until a new girl moves to town.
Raven Wilowwynter is sweet, beautiful, and probably one of the most amusing girls I’ve ever met. And even though I can’t stop thinking about kissing her, we make a deal to just be friends.