16 year old Paski's life turns upside down when her somewhat strange dad gets a film deal for his comics.
She moves from Taos, casual and comfy to money and prestige seeking Orange County. One might think that her mexican roots would cause her to be discriminated against, but instead it's her lack of expensive goods. She's also attracted to one of the most "popular and famous" girls in Orange County, Jessica's boyfriend.
Then, at a party she's invited to (and been warned by a new friend not to go to), she injests a date-rape drug and is pushed into a pool, causing her rival Jessica's boyfriend to save her.
The rest of the book consists of Paski and her main attraction getting together, Paski recieving visions of Jessica's demise (Paski's family has a history of visions an d such) and Paski's getting used to her new environment.
I thought this book was okay. It's nothing special. If you have to read this I'd get it from the library because it's not worth 20 bucks.