Imagine lying to your entire school. Imagine being someone you’re not. Imagine posing as someone of the opposite gender. Imagine risking it all for someone you love.
Erin Burkley loses her beloved older brother Trevor to terminal leukemia in late August. Prior to his death, Trevor and his best friend Riley had been accepted to attend their dream school, the prestigious West Montgomery Private famous for their rigorous curriculum, that upcoming fall. However, he never gets the chance to live out his dream. Inscribed in his will is a simple request, let Erin attend Montgomery in his place. Simple enough, except for one petty little detail, it’s an all boys school. With Riley’s guidance, Erin must learn how to go from ‘Erin’ to ‘Aaron’ as she tries to live her brother’s dreams. But like any road, the road of transition is full of twists, turns, and a hecka lot of speed bumps. Getting caught would result in an immediate expulsion from every school in the district and risk her chances of attending Harvard. Not taking Trevor’s place however, would kill her; she loved her brother more than anyone in the world. Maybe except for Riley. Slowly, ever so slowly, Erin finds her self falling for Riley but at the same time, some of her male roommates seem to be falling for her. Even so, Erin swears to herself she’ll never turn into a dude as ridiculous as it sounds. In order to survive this dog eat dog school, she’s just going to have to act like a lady and think like a boss.