The karma gods have got it in for sixteen year old Taylor Hunter. She's a troublemaker, rebellious and completely gorgeous-like that is an excuse for her constant coffee breaks with the police. Coffee breaks meaning; getting closer and closer to being arrested. When she gets caught out by the police for the fifth time,
her dad and the step-monster decide that she should go to Summer View Camp- a place specifying in delinquents and trouble maker-like Taylor. Angry that she is being forced to spend the summer in hell, Taylor acts like an angel just to convince them not to let her go. It was all working perfectly, until Finn had to ruin Taylor's master plan. Together, Taylor and the arrogant Finn are sent to Summer View Camp, where they are meant to be "straightened out". Taylor doesn't want to let her parents win this battle by having the third perfect barbie daughter, so if she can't graduate good she'll have to bad, worse than she's ever been. Advising in Finn's help and several other "delinquents" Taylor tries to bust her way out using pranks, plots and their trouble-maker minds as their most deadly weapons. For a summer filled of laughs, pranks, sarcasm, sweet talking and trouble.