The Class of '89. There's never been a class like them. And they couldn't hate each other more.
Four girls. Friendly, good-hearted Bets. Laurel, lonely and unsure. Micki, who tries too hard. And Page, who has it much too easy.
Micki wants to make her mark freshman year. She's pulling the class together and doing all the work. No wonder she can't stand it that gorgeous Page gets all the credit -- without lifting a finger. Laurel's caught between two friends. One's the most popular girl in their class; the other's a boy who doesn't fit in -- which one has to go? Bets just wants to be Doug's pal....She doesn't know what to do when he says they should be more than friends.
Freshman year means they can be anyone they want to be. Why is it so hard to find out who they really are?