When small town Canada collides with the glitz and glamour of London, someone's lady parts trend on Twitter.
Quirky and a little clumsy, twenty-two-year old Paige Crawford leaves Edmonton, Canada because she doesn't want to spend the rest of her life living in a city best known for its big mall and above average murder rate. Dreaming of a fabulous career, cultured friends and preferably, a hot foreign boyfriend, she hops on a plane bound for London, England.
Twenty-four hours into her adventure, Paige ends up at a club and, having had one too many drinks, trips out the front doors only to be caught by a notorious and married footballer. Cinderella moment? Hardly.
Waking up in a foreign country is hard enough, but waking up to find yourself on the front cover of a national newspaper and being labeled a "home wrecker" is less than ideal. And London seems intent on teaching Paige lessons she didn't know she neededsuch as how to narrowly escape deportation after assaulting Prince William with a Star Wars toy or the British definition of "fanny" after using it liberally in a presentation at work (who knew?).
Things start to look up when Paige meets ex-pat and southern gentleman Jason Frost. He seems perfect, and not just because he knows Paige isn't truly a harlot or, because he introduces her to fancy things she's only seen on Gossip Girl.
But when Paige realizes Jason's been the one feeding stories to the papers to manufacture himself a famous girlfriend, she is determined to rebuild her reputation and concentrate on developing her career -- and kicking Jason to the curb.
However, the paparazzi are only interested in catching her bad side. Train wrecks sell magazines, and Paige is tied to the tracks.
Look out London, this small town girl has a few lessons of her own to teach.