Jane Sinner, her improbably real name, has been kicked out of high school halfway through her senior year, for a reason that isn't shared until maybe a third of the way in. Regardless of the reason, she's a nonbeilever living with her Christian family and relying on her Christian best friend Bonnie, improbably bisexual and Christian, despite her Atheist parents.
Unable to return to high school, Jane plans to finish up her year at a local community college. On campus (or I forget where) she finds a call for applicants to appear on a reality being filmed by a fellow student, Alexander Park. The incentive is a $200/month room in the reality house for the duration and a car is she wins. Jane is competitive and in need of something to care about, so she applies. Despite her monosyllabic responses to most of the questions, she gets and interview. Reality ensues.
I wasn't sure I cared much for the book much of the way through, despite it being a pleasurable read. I thought it was a good/bad book rather than a good/good book, but I came to appreciate how Jane's depression is expressed and how she grows as a person. There are geniune surprises in the reality show, if you can believe it. There's also some cleverness, like Jane naming her imaginary psychiatrist Dr. Freudenschade.
Also, it's Canadian, if you like that sort of thing. ☺