This one was very good. It was an awkward love story, of being in the friend zone with the girl you love and believing in yourself. I really enjoyed how Hudson grew as a character through the book. He went from being very scared to believing in himself. I also enjoyed how this book focused on friendship vs. romance. So many YA titles focus on romance to get the story going and this one did not do that at all. Each character grew through the story and the pacing was great. I was never lost and I was always engaged in the story and the characters. The writing style was fluid and did a wonderful job keeping me in the story!
If you are looking for a story with flawed characters (which makes them so real) check this one out!