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Publisher Description

Pride and Prejudice goes Hollywood in this winning romantic comedy inspired by Jane Austen’s classic. In her teen fiction debut, the author of Knitting Under the Influence goes back to high school for a tale of sisters, misinformation, and star-crossed love.

Will Elise’s love life be an epic win or an epic fail?

At Coral Tree Prep in Los Angeles, who your parents are can make or break you.

Case in point: As the son of Hollywood royalty, Derek Edwards is pretty much prince of the school—not that he deigns to acknowledge many of his loyal subjects.

As the daughter of the new principal, Elise Benton isn’t exactly on everyone’s must-sit-next-to-at-lunch list.

When Elise’s beautiful sister catches the eye of the prince’s best friend, Elise gets to spend a lot of time with Derek, making her the envy of every girl on campus. Except she refuses to fall for any of his rare smiles and instead warms up to his enemy, the surprisingly charming social outcast Webster Grant.

But in this hilarious tale of fitting in and flirting, not all snubs are undeserved, not all celebrity brats are bratty, and pride and prejudice can get in the way of true love for only so long.

Young Adult
August 2
Eighth Grade

Customer Reviews

Someoneyoudontneedtoknow ,

I'd read it... Again.

This book was actually pretty good. It was one of the few romance novels I could actually read again after I finished it the first time. If you're a thirteen year old and considering buying this book, I say you should. Just one warning: if you're looking for wildly different and daring... You might not wanna spend, what was it? Eight dollars? I'll go with that. This is a " New girl " storyline, I guess you could say. Although, it's kinda hard not to find a teen's romance like this.

Okay, umm... Don't really pay attention to what I just said... It's a good book for girls around 11-14. I'm twelve. So, fellow... Teeny-boppers... Enjoy your romance!

Kenna<3:);) ,

I luv it

The book is a lovely love story that you will be addicted to

SingerchickBri ,

Pretty decent but...

Did anyone else realize all the similarities to pride & prejudice?

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