Really cute real story. I didn't like it as much as Keplinger's other book The Duff, but I still enjoyed it. Keplinger has a style to her writing that brings you into the story and makes you want to stay there. I found myself really liking almost all of characters and rooting for them in the end. I wanted Lissa to find her happiness and release some of the control she had on everything, but I also understood why that control was so pertinent to her. She was a well rounded, likeable character that was able to grow as the story progressed and learn from her mistake.
All in all a great book with frank discussions about sex and a woman's place when it comes to sex. I wouls read Keplinger again in a heartbeat.