Growing up homeschooled in Berkeley, California, Beatrice Quinn is a statistical genius who has dreamed her whole life of discovering new mathematical challenges at a school like Oxford University. She always thought the hardest part would be getting in, not convincing her parents to let her go. But while math has always made sense to Beatrice, making friends is a problem she hasn't been able to solve. The compromise? The Connecticut Shakespearean Summer Academy and a detailed list of teenage milestones to check off. She has six weeks to show her parents that she can pull off the role of ""normal"" teenager and won't spend the rest of her life hiding in a library. Unfortunately, hearts and hormones don't follow any rules, and there is no equation for teenage interactions. When she's adopted by a group of eclectic theater kids and immediately makes an enemy of the popular―and annoyingly gorgeous―British son of the camp founders, she realizes that relationships are trickier than calculus. With her future on the line, she stumbles through illicit parties, double dog dares, and more than your fair share of Shakespeare. But before the final curtain falls, will Beatrice realize that there's more to life than she can find in the pages of a book?