For the first time, the heroine might not even need a guy to seal her happy ending.
When Melonie tells her boyfriend: ‘John, I think I’m asexual’, she turns single, friendless and terribly heartbroken within a day. She could probably be considered as an aquatic creature from all the tears she’s been swimming in.
Her label as ‘John’s Girlfriend’ now stripped off, she becomes a ‘nobody’ and is on the verge of changing herself for her ex. Until she meets the school’s alpha, Jupiter Rogan, a superior, pretentious nerd with a ‘too-cool-for-romance’ attitude, and begs to become like her, wanting to be admired by everyone instead of being looked down upon.
But once befriending the tight pack of elite nerds, although Jupiter proves to her you don’t need a boy to be happy and illustrates self-appreciation; how the empowerment of femininity, friendship and happiness can exist without young love—things don’t go as planned.&nbsp;
Can Melonie accept herself for who she is or will she get carried away in the transformation?