I have a soft spot in my heart for books about geeks and those who love them--or, as in this case, don't.
KJ is smart, a good friend (generally), stage manager of the school play, and (to her way of thinking) too nice. Since she can't bring herself to tell people how she really feels, her every step is following by three adoring geeks. While her interest, of course, lies with the popular star of the basketball team.
While life at school becomes in increasing drama (off stage) of divas, hidden agendas, and criss-crossed romances, KJ's home life is even more of a challenge--with an alcoholic father destroying the family.
Not a terrible book, "Geek Magenet" is simply everything you expect it to be and nothing more. I'm sure there's a market for it with the same audiences who love movies like "Mean Girls" and "Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen."