Eve hopes that Sam will take her to the upcoming dance.
Eve finds herself overwhelmed at exam time.
Eve decides to use a paintball attack to get an apology out of Sam.
Eve can't get Sam's gross kiss off her mind, so she decides to confront him; Sylvie gets obsessed with Matt.
Eve hopes to direct the class production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream," but ends up playing second fiddle to Sam.
A near-death experience causes Sylvie to join the Celestial Fellowship of Light, for which she must give up her friendship with Eve.
Sylvie tries to salvage her friendship with Eve, but gets suspended for having drugs in the boy's bathroom.
Eve wants to celebrate her 16th birthday with her friends, but gets left out in the cold when they go to an 18-plus nightclub.
Eve is advised to think about who she really is.
Life becomes a little cramped when Imogen shows up to live in Sylvie's house.
The fame bug bites Eden Heights.
The new boy at school denies that he and Eve shared a kiss in grade school.
Eve is heartbroken when she finds out Adam is moving away to live with his father.
Eve can't bring herself to tell Matt about her relationship with Adam.
Eve is upset when she learns Alannah is trying to get pregnant.
Eve must come to terms with death when a classmate passes away.
Now that she and Matt are a couple, Eve starts to feel she is not herself.
Eve is confused about her relationship with Matt since their kiss.
Eve wonders if it's possible for boys and girls to just be friends when Adam comes to stay at her house.
Eve has a nightmare involving Sylvie that causes her to ponder the nature of fear.
Eve confronts issues of friendship and loyalty when she learns that Sylvie and Adam are going on a date.
Eve is concerned about her lack of kissing experience.
Eve decides to explore her wild side.
A school assignment leads Eve to become obsessed with the perfect human form.
Eve is one of the few people who doesn't get invited to Charlotte's birthday party.
Eve questions the idea of true love.