“Noah is amazing. Too bad he doesn’t realize it.” –Ava Reynolds
When new kid Ava Reynolds befriends Noah Shanks, she realizes he’s not exactly a Casanova. He can’t dress well to save his life, he can’t talk to a girl coherently to save his life, and he is so wimpy, he couldn’t even try to save his own life or anyone else’s, for that matter.
Ava decides to take Noah under her wing and help him become a stud. Since he’s head-over-heels for Miss Popular, he’s all for the idea. At first, Ava is okay with the fact that she’s helping Noah win over another girl. But then, she starts to realize that it’s hard being friends with such an amazing guy without developing feelings for him. She falls head-over-heels for him.
The problem? She’s morphed Noah into something he’s not, and he’s no longer the lovable dork she grew to love.
The bigger problem? Noah has eyes for no one but the girl of his dreams. And there’s nothing Ava can do to change that.