If you want more, you have to give less.
That’s the secret to dating in high school. By giving as little as they expect to get in return, seventeen-year-old Aubrey Housing and her three best friends have made it to the second semester of their senior year heartbreak-free. And it’s all thanks to a few simple rules: don’t commit, don’t be needy, and don’t give away your heart.
So when smoking-hot Nathan Diggs transfers to Lincoln High, it shouldn’t be a big deal. At least that’s what Aubrey tells herself. But Nathan’s new-boy charm, his kindness, and his disarming honesty throw Aubrey off her game and put her in danger of breaking the most important rule of all: Don’t fall in love.
- The story was interested and fairly realistic. I do think that love and heartbreak is really tough to understand in high school and we all try to find a way to rationalize and protect ourselves from the hurt.
- The cast of characters were fun, they were entertaining to read about and had unique situations that brought their characters to life.
- Aubrey was an interesting main character. She has a strong personality but she definitely has a lot to learn. She tries to protect herself but it is hard to run from your feelings and emotions.
- This book was kinda hard for me to read because I am not one who thinks that sleeping around is ok. These girls were having sex with everyone and anyone and not really giving a darn about it. They were also sleeping around with same people. If I had a daughter, I would not want her to read this book or act the way they did.
- The book was all about sleeping with people and drinking. I really thought that it would get more in depth about really learning what feelings and emotions meant and that the rules they set up weren't really good rules.
- The whole situation with Margo and Dane was the one thing that frustrated me. I thought she was acting like such a baby, I realize that she is still a young adult and new in Hollywood, but seriously girl, get your act together! I do suspect that she will grow into the girl I want her to be more in the next book.