Gideon's naive compared to the wolves at Midvale Academy, especially Cullen and Nicholas, his charming, morally ambiguous roommates. They welcome Gid by trashing his music and betting big on when he'll lose his virginity. Will he lose it with the cute and feisty Molly McGarry? Or with Pitar Benitez-Jones, the most beautiful girl Gid's ever seen? Gid actually likes Molly, and hooking up with her might be possible. But winning Pilar would be legendary. Gid is torn; he wants to prove himself to his roommates, but he also wants love. Through it all there's one hysterically funny girl sharing every thought in Gid's conflicted little mind. But who is she?
"If J.D. Salinger and Candace Bushnell had a daughter, she would write like Sarah Miller." (Melissa Kantor, author of Confessions of a Not It Girl)