Addy Harper-Dewitt is stuck. She has no job, no prospects, and is perpetually in trouble. Everyone in town likes to gossip about Addy because no matter what she does, she's always smack-dab in the middle of some local controversy. She's long given up on improving her reputation and wants to focus on moving out of her mama's trailer to start her own life. But she can't do that without money. Skylar Clarke seems to have it all: a promising career, good looks, and any girl he wants. On the outside, his life appears perfect. But in reality, Skylar hates where his life is headed and is struggling to keep his beloved brother, Danny, out of trouble. The weekend of their younger sister's wedding, their political father has invited a reporter to do a puff piece on the family to help his campaign for state legislature. In the wake of Danny's addiction problems, the eldest Clarke has promised that if the weekend goes well, then he will grant his sons' their freedom. Danny can get real help in battling his demons, and Skylar will be allowed to choose his own path. So when Skylar witnesses the positive impact Addy has on his brother, he comes up with a plan to help both their lives. All she has to do is pretend to be Danny's girlfriend for the weekend and help his family avoid scandal, and then Skylar's family will pay for anything that Addy wants. With a perfect plan like this, what could go wrong?