"Princesa" Margot Sanchez's dad owns two grocery stores, earning enough money to sent Margot to a fancy school and to take the Sanchez family on luxury vacations. But wealth can't buy acceptance at Margot's fancy school. She struggles to keep up and fit in with her even wealthier white friends. Margot is lovingly called Princesa by her family, and she lives up to the name. At the beginning of the novel, she's self-centered, shallow, and has forsaken her best friend. She erases herself to please her school friends and capture the attention of a BMOC with a house in the Hamptons.
You know where this is going. It's not the most sophisticated story, but it's readable enough. I also picked up a lot of Spanish slang from it.
Why doesn't he answer his damn phone? I don't understand people who have a cell phone and refuse to check it every five minutes like a normal person.