How To Be A Heartbreaker
Charlotte Atterly has never been popular. When she left her small hometown of Brooks, Oregon at the end of eighth grade, she left as the school's resident nerd and laughingstock. With a broken heart and packed bags, she vowed to never let anybody trample over her like her classmates had done. Trading small town life and her lowly reputation for Los Angeles and something even greater, Charlotte reinvented herself under the Hollywood sign. She had it all; the popularity, the posse, and the boys lining up at the door. Brooks's version of Charlotte was no more, and that's how the girl liked it.
Now, two years later, things have changed. Her parents have divorced, and her mom's packed up their bags once more and retreated to the place they once called home. Charlotte's forced to face her tormentors once again, but with a whole new persona as the town's big city It girl. This time around, it's all jealous cheerleaders and smitten jocks instead of taunts and jeers, and Charlotte's keen on keeping it this way, even if it means grabbing a few bulls by the horns. After all, you can only learn how to be a heartbreaker from the very best.