Rich boy. Poor girl. A perfect match if they can move past their differences: her pride, his prejudice.
When Mia Baker begins at an elite school on a scholarship, she’s instantly besotted with the hot but arrogant Finn Davis. But when she overhears him commenting on her attractiveness compared to her beautiful older sister, Jade, she takes an instant dislike to him.
When Finn’s friend Charlie takes an interest in Jade, and invites both sisters to his family’s lake house for the weekend, Mia and Finn are forced into close proximity, and despite their differences, their attraction to each other continues to grow.
But Finn’s not about to admit he might actually like Mia. She’s on a scholarship and she’s failing English. Then there’s Grayson Wang, his mortal enemy who Mia can’t seem to get enough of.
When Charlie starts dating Mia’s sister, he begins to doubt just how genuine Jade’s feelings are for him and warns his friend to cut her loose. Then Mia finds out Finn is to blame for her sister’s heartbreak, which continues to fuel her harsh judgments of him.
But, if there is to be a happily ever after, Mia must overcome her pride, and Finn, Mia’s socio economic status.