Jenna should have known high school would never be easy. Varsity volleyball tryouts, killer homework assignments, and cliquey upperclassmen were a world of stress and Jenna's mom had just banished the love of her life. With his sexy smile, dark brown eyes, what girl wouldn't swoon over the hottest movie star ever? Posters, pillowcases, pictures--any and all Owen Cassidey paraphernalia decorated her bedroom. Or it had until her mother flipped her room.
But life's not all bad. There's a cute new guy in town and even if the entire football team hates him for outsting their star quarterback, he looks like the perfect first boyfriend. Even her friends agree. But what about life and loyalty and love? Was a real life crush better than being true to the man on her pillowcase? Was this a step toward something better? Maybe it was time to put away the things of childhood. And maybe, just maybe, kissing Will Addison would be way much better that Jenna's Real Imaginary Life.