Frankie, a sophomore at the prestigious Alabaster Academy, has blossomed from a gangly, angular girl to a lovely young woman over the course of a summer--and she's discovering how much she dislikes being considered only in those terms. She's smart, and she's mischievous, and she's figuring out a way to maneuver through the world on her own terms--not as the girlfriend, and not as the cute, harmless Bunny Rabbit that her family thinks of her as.
It's a fantastic book--really, I can't say enough how much I enjoyed it, and how I think every girl between the ages of 11 and 40 should read it. Frankie finds that she doesn't like being underestimated, or excluded, based on being a girl, and an attractive one at that. What follows is a brilliant plot by her to make people take her seriously, to shake up the status quo, and to have a little fun in the meantime.