Honey has always been in love with gorgeous, hilarious, unreachable Margot Sawyer. Not that she minds, of course, it's up to Margot as to where they might take their relationship. However it's all fun and games until a joke that goes too far and Margot finds out she's on her "we're just friends but I'd totally kiss if you asked" list.
Snowy swore that the day she left this small town, she would never look back, especially not at Jaime Santiago or the hot girl he hooked up with. Unfortunately, because life hates her, she soon finds herself waiting at no other than Valerie Callaghan's table. And to make matters worse, it appears that Jaime might have caught up with her...because he wants her back, hard.
Jem doesn't appear to have any interest in Sunny, but she doesn't appear to have any problem with her either. What is the reason for her immunity to Sunny's impeccable seduction attempts? What mysterious backstory lies underneath those beautiful, untouchable locks of hair? What is the name of that beautiful red lipstick she always carries, even though she hates makeup? Will she ever look at Sunny like a real girlfriend? We'd all love to know.
Gwendolyn may have gotten the other inhabitants at her orphanage to rely on her, but ultimately she will have to leave, and sooner than later... Enter a misunderstanding with a volatile boy who calls himself Peter and is desperately in need of a Wendy replacement. Gwen then finds herself in what seems like the perfect escapade - Neverland, a magical place where no one grows older, dies, or goes back home. However, eventually, things start to go awry as something dark begins to infiltrate the island. The Lost Boys, in fact, are not as happy as they once were. The power of flight is suddenly not as easy anymore. And most of all, if only Gwen had read the storybooks, she might have known that most names have changed except for an ancient few she should beware.