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Tuttle.

Tuttle is the upper crust private academy where Kyle Kingsbury attends school. The school has many different cliques and most students are privileged and wealthy. Linda Owens also attends the school, but she is there on a financial aid scholarship which makes her an outcast. As the book opens, Tuttle is having a homecoming dance and Kyle plans to be crowned king. Tuttle is for privileged kids who have parents that are often over involved in the school.

The White Rose.

When Kyle asks Kendra to the dance she tells him that she would like a white rose to go with her dress. Kyle has no intention of buying her the rose, but ends up with it anyway when his housekeeper makes a mistake. Kyle gives the rose to Linda Owens at the dance and is surprised she wants something so plain and cheap. Later, Kyle finds...

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