Kimberly Montrose would like to believe she's not the product of her family's influence. For years, she tried to get away from what they stood for and find happiness in rebelling. She hurt people, pitted women against each other, caused trouble and did anything to get what she wanted. After a scandal changed her outlook on life, she quickly realized that things had to change. But how could years of learned behavior just be wiped away? Kimberly's wish to attract good karma leads her to a Miles Anderson. Her first impression of him wasn't that great. He was too good looking and too nice. Yet despite the alarms going off in her head, she finds herself being attracted to him. Even if he's everything she used to hate. Can Kimberly learn to stop fighting and find a way to love someone other than herself?