At age 15, Willow Hill was a rising singer in the UK, and everyone thought she’d be the biggest star in the history of the European continent, until an enemy’s plan for revenge worked way better than it should have, ending Willow’s career before it even flourished. With her image tarnished, Willow leaves England for America to live with her estranged father, changing her name and image in the process. With the hopes that no one will ever discover who she is, she falls into a peaceful life as the nobody ‘Snow Evers’ and succeeds in doing so- until her Senior Year that is. Blonde hair, blue eyes, star soccer player, a great voice and wealthy- 18 year old Asher Blaine is a walking stereotype. He enjoys the fact that people think they’ve got him down. They say he’s a player, and yet he’s never actually been with a girl before. They say he doesn’t care about school, and yet he’s unknowingly the top student in the school. They say he will never amount to anything, and yet he has big plans for his future. So what happens when Snow gets a warning about her failing classes and Asher gets brought in to tutor her? For two years Asher didn’t even know who she was, and yet he finds himself intrigued by the quiet girl who he can clearly see is more than the image she portrays. He wants her; he wants her to be his, to fully open up and to start living. But, Willow just can’t move on from her past. She allows herself the temporary happiness that the Blaine twins, the Henley Brothers and Aria provide her, but she does so while waiting for the other shoe to drop. Can Willow ever get over what happened to her? Can she open herself up to trust her new friends? Will they leave her like everyone else once they learn who she really is? Or will she finally be able to live as herself once more? And will she get the guy?