When Valerie convinced Nate to change schools with her she hadnâ€™t known what affect it would have. Nate had always been her bestfriend but now, at their new school, everyone wants him. The girls want to be with him and the guys want to be him. Sheâ€™s never seen him as anything but a friend. Heâ€™s always just been Nate. A boy who loves everything thatâ€™s out of style and only one thing that was in style; her. But once he steps into the halls of Lasin Point Academy heâ€™s no longer Nate. Heâ€™s become Nathan. Itâ€™s more than just his change of looks over summer thatâ€™s gained him this new attention. Itâ€™s the new attitude that came with his new name. At first Valerie sees this as a good thing. Finally theyâ€™ll be able to have things in common. She wonâ€™t have to be embarrassed by all of the little things he likes that no one under the age of forty likes. Not to mention his new attitude towards her. Little puppy dog Nate was left behind in his summer in France and as Nathan he has no restraints on his bold new attitude and advances. But the more she learns about this new â€œNathanâ€ character heâ€™s become the more she begins to miss Nate. The more she realizes that just because now she can see him with new eyes doesnâ€™t mean that she hasnâ€™t always seen him that way, she just never realized it. Sometimes in order to be seen you have to change. Sometimes changing really isnâ€™t for the best.