The average New Jersey Jane, Melody Ann Croft (Mac), gets whisked off into the whirlwind of the modeling world. She is a wholesome, insecure young woman thrown into a den of wolves, photographers, designers, agents, and models. As she delves deeper into the world of models, she puts up with the atmosphere of eating disorders, drugs, alcohol, and sex all to get to her goal: college. Somewhere along the way, Mac loses this goal and decides to stick it out as a model. Through it all, she makes an unlikely friend, Jade. Since Jade is the complete opposite of Mac, she isn't a threat for jobs, making friendship possible. This book was mildly entertaining and predictable. Mac seems to be a character that even the author doesn't understand. She starts out as an intelligent young woman working towards college, aspiring to be a doctor and help people. Modeling becomes an easy way to earn tuition, but even after Mac gets a full scholarship, she decides to keep working in an environment full of things she hates: drugs, alcohol, and promiscuity. By the end of the book, I was exhausted and fed up with all the characters and the world that the author had built. I was more than happy to return to my own life.