Every girl needs a little black dress, a great pair of shoes - and a good friend to kick her well-toned derriere when she starts losing her head...Weslee Dunster is one sister who has always been about the practical side, earning her way to Boston University through good, old-fashioned hard work. Who needs Prada when you've got brains, right? Wrong! With her GAP khakis and humble background, Weslee's no match for the wealthy New Englanders who seem to look at her like she's stepped out of a Sears catalogue. Athletic scholarship? Immigrant parents? Outlet stores? I don't think so! The women in Wes's new sphere treat shopping like a contact sport, and they never met a friend they didn't want to trash as soon as her back was turned. And the brothers will snub you for having skin that's a shade past cafe au lait or an accent that's one generation from Jamaica. The queen bee of this rarefied world is pretty, spoiled party girl Lana Brown. Lana's sure all Wes needs to fit in and become her best friend is a makeover, and she knows just the places to shop for it.
Now, caught up in a hectic lifestyle filled with designer clothes, expensive highlights, finger-aching bling, air kissing, fine-looking players, lies, betrayals, and other things her once-sensible life didn't demand, Wes is in for the ride of her life - one that could have her crashing and burning...unless she can figure out the rules of the game and how to break them.