ANNA K: A LOVE STORY interweaves the lives of a group of teens who attend posh prep schools in New York City and Greenwich, Connecticut. The beautiful and effortlessly stylish 17-year-old Anna Kim lives at her family's country home in Greenwich so she can be near her show horses and beloved Newfoundland dogs. She's been dating Alexander, a somewhat prudish (according to her friends) Ivy League freshman, since she was 14. Her older brother, Steven, lives in New York and spends his time partying, chasing girls, and having the occasional cocaine bender. His girlfriend, Lolly, has just discovered he's been cheating on her with a girl from the Bronx. Lolly's 15-year-old sister, Kimmie, whose dreams of becoming an Olympic ice dancer were tragically dashed, has been somewhat comforted by winning the No. 3 spot on an underground list of the hottest girls in New York private schools. The bookish Dustin, who's Black and was adopted into a White Jewish family, has been newly and reluctantly hired as Steven's tutor (at $2,000 a week). A childhood friend, he's into coffee shops, study groups, and smart girls. Then there's Alexia Vronsky, as charming, good-looking, and sophisticated as a 16-year-old could possibly be, with a well-founded reputation for having sex with numerous high school girls. No surprise that when Anna meets Alexia, it's love at first sight. Alexia pledges to change his playboy ways, and Anna gives Alexander the boot. But the path of true love for the pair will not be easy, particularly when Dustin falls in love with Kimmie, who's desperately in love with Alexia.