It 's great because it does n't ollow normal procedural-like story outlines that many books do.
Little miss perfect Piper is what most people see as the quintessential sweet, good girl with the perfect life.
he rumor that 's been going around is that total-nice-guy, popular good-looker Mason likes her and decides to know her out, but he has n't been forthcoming about it and is going as slow as an ambling turtle to ask her.
Piper, feeling low, funky, and alone, spends most of her vacatio time down at the lake, a place that has lways helped bring her calm.
You woul n't help but smile goofily at the relationship between Roman and Piper.
I liked that th ook ha n't all sickly sweet.
Another ook does n't ake those two mistakes, but I ca n't stand when books: 1) ave the characters' love be able to fix any sort of depression or mental issues without professional or medical help, and 2) lead gullible readers to believe you can " change him ".
Anyway, I as quite happy that his book positively addresses both of those issues realistically.
It does positively address some issues about sex that a lot of books do n't cover, and that older young adults probably need to be suspicious of: 1& 2) protection and responsibility.
Actually, yes, it talks about sex, and there is sex between the protagonist, but it 's at least a lot more entertainin and responsible than most romance books I 've read.
Last but not least, and just on a personal note, you ca n't help but love th nove that uses John Cusack as an increment of measurement for love and soul mates.
Like from a scale of one to John Cusack, how much is this person made for you?