The book felt a little bit slow when I first started it, but as I read more my anticipation grew. There was something really juvenile about Will and Nora’s relationship. Their determination to beat the other was very amusing, and it was slightly cringe, but I didn’t mind. Their interactions always made me smile, and after each chapter I found myself wanting to read another. The book was formatted wonderfully in that sense. Sometimes starting a chapter would be confusing, as the setting and topic differed from the previous one, but it was easy to adjust, and all my questions were answered in the first few pages. I would recommend this book for anyone who likes contemporary romance stories, and while there were some more adult scenes, it would probably be best for YA readers. I was so excited to read this book, and Kate Clayborn’a work did not disappoint.