I love Juliet already - she's spirited but vulnerable, loud but unsure - and I cannot wait to see where this journey takes her. I am so ready for her to come into her own and kick ass. The process of "coming out" has already been treated with such care and realism, and the different "shades" of reaction were all true to life. You have her mom who is in denial, her brother who accepts and loves her fully, several other family members whose reaction is more "I don't agree with this but I love you no matter what"... and more to be seen.
Full disclosure, I used my points to redeem for this book, that's how good the preview was.