John "Caesar" Miller knows he's the coolest guy around. Guys want to be him. Girls want to be with him--and by that he means they want to have sex with him. Caesar believes that he deserves everything and everyone he gets, and that he doesn't have to care for them in return.
Until he meets the new girl, Eva. From the start he knows there's something different about her. It's not just that she's smart AND beautiful AND doesn't immediately fall for him; he's also able to talk to her in a way he's never been able to talk before. Caesar can't decide what to do. Should he continue on with his old but easy lifestyle of hooking up with dozens of girls? Or should he actually, finally grow a heart and learn to love a little?
Written by a 17-year-old girl, HAIL CAESAR is a realistic portrayal of the mind of a kind of person whose mind usually isn't penetrable. Some might be disappointed with the non-ending but I think that it is just like real life. This is a good book to read if you're in between some more heavy reading.