Mary Jane constantly has two voices going in her head. The "Plain Jane" voice and the "M.J." voice. She is starting out senior year with her group. "The Girls" have a complicated tree going on. But she knows one thing, that she likes Jackson House, but he's off limits because he's Star's boyfriend. Who is in her supposed group of friends. She has a best friend Alicia who is in her first year at college. And her sister Sandy goes to a special school. Rumors go around about her that she's "easy." But then all her dreams come true and Jackson breaks up with Star to be with her. But it's more complicated than that. She thinks she loves him and wants to have sex, what teenage girl doesn't feel like that sometime in their high school years? But what voice will she listen to and how does her relationship with Alicia change? I thought this was a good book. Not like extremely good, but not like boring. But I liked it, and could def identify with some of the feelings. And also agree that sometimes there are voices for different parts of you and you don't know who to listen to.