Quinn Carmen is a spoiled brat. Her closet is filled with Prada and Louis Vuitton that she's only worn once, and she totaled her brand new BMW two weeks after her sixteenth birthday. What's more is that Quinn is a notorious party-girl whose fancy lawyer father has gotten her out of numerous underage drinking tickets. But when she and her prep school friends break into Twin Peak Country Club and take the golf carts for a joy ride, Quinn's parents have had enough of her delinquent behavior. They give her a choice: she can either go away to boarding school or spend her free time volunteering for a local organization. Not wanting to leave home, Quinn picks option two and is forced to spend the rest of the summer cleaning dog kennels at the local animal shelter. There she meets Holden Lewis, the happy-go-lucky animal caretaker whose personality reminds her of the dogs he cares for. Friendship quickly blossoms into something more romantic, but Quinn's friends don't approve because Holden isn't a part of their world. He goes to public school, doesn't have a trust fund, and his parents don't own a yacht. So when the biggest social event of the year and Holden's birthday collide, Quinn must make a choice between the friends she's always known and the boy who makes her laugh like never before.
Inspired by The Choice, in theaters February 5.