Taylor J edited the summary of Prada & Prejudice Wednesday, December 30, 2009.
Callie wants to have a superb time during her London trip over the summer. In order for that to happen she feels that she must impress the popular girls of her school so that she can hang with them in London. Callie believes that the only way she can be a part of the popular group is to buy a pair of real prada heels. Buying the heels was the easy part the hard part was falling on the cobblestone streets of London and ending up in regency England. Not knowing what do to Callie pretends to be the long-lost friend of Emily and stays with her in Emily's cousin's masion, did I mention that Emily's cousin was a Duke!! Alex, the Duke, is cordial to Callie but something seems amiss. Callie thinks that Alex has fathered a child that he will not take care of, only to find out that the father to the child was Alex's deceased father. To put more drama into the book Callie helps Emily run away with her true love, only to find out that this could ruin Emily forever. Alex saves the day by making a marriage between the two lovers. At a ball to celebrate the upcoming marriage Alex and Callie dance the night away with one another, and that very night they kiss one another only for Callie to wake up the next morning and realize that she is back on the cobblestones of London and not on a countryside lawn, as she was the night before. Realizing that this event wasn't just a dream Callie decides that she dosen't need the popular girls after all. An unexpected twist happens when Callie is invited to go to a club with the popular girls and meets the owner of the club who looks exactly like Alex. Callie and the 21st century Alex dance the night away at the club and this is where the story ends.