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Perfect You Study Guide & Plot Summary

Elizabeth Scott
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Plot Summary

Perfect You is a novel by Elizabeth Scott. The story follows the main character, Kate, as she tries to put the pieces of her life together after her dad quits his job to sell vitamins at the mall and her best friend from childhood becomes popular and dumps her. Kate's father, Steve, quits his full-time position when he goes into work one day and finds that his desk is broken. He opens a booth at the mall to sell "Perfect You" vitamins. Kate and her college-graduate brother are forced to work at the booth with their dad. The problem is that everyone at school is making fun of Kate because of her dad. The vitamins are also not selling, which means that the family doesn't have normal income.

Kate meets Will, one of the most popular boys in school, on her first day of high school. Kate has always had a crush on Will. In light of her home life and the fact that Will is known for hooking up with girls, she is mean and sarcastic to Will. When Will gets a job working at the mall, Kate and Will start to spend more and more time together.

Kate tries to rebuild her friendship with Anna, but realizes that their relationship is beyond repair. Kate's mom and dad separate when Kate's mom says that he has to pick his family or his business. Kate and Will end up as girlfriend and boyfriend. Kate also ends up learning the most important lessons life has to offer, which is that sometimes things end, but other times, they just change and you have to live life to its fullest.

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