Because of her goal, she hasn't lived the normal high school life. She hangs out with her friends at least once a week for a night out - food and laughter. But she's missed out on having boyfriends.
Now she after an incident at a party, she doesn't want to be embarrassed by her lack of experience with guys. So she asks her best friend and fellow swimmer for lessons on hooking up - which could be the best thing that ever happened to her or a complete disaster.
This book is the last of the Hundred Oak series (it's a loosely based series where you catch glimpses of favorite characters. I loved this one because it's a friends to something more story and a girls sports story - two of my favorites.
If you haven't read these books, start with Catching Jordan.