The characters were endearing and well developed. I thought the author did really good at capturing the experience and being true to each character. She didn’t make them immature about the topic, but captured an accurate description of what it’s like to talk about sex as a young adult and the pressures and expectations that come from both sides. I love friends-to-lovers so much and this book gave it to me in the slowest, most agonizingly long way, with angst and miscommunication galore. I was surprised, and a little disappointed, that the plot point about Keeley asking Andrew to teach her how to sex didn't come up until about the halfway point of the book, and it wasn't really until then that her feelings towards him began to shift and make themselves known. Best Laid Plans is a fun read. Sit back and enjoy. This author is actually a good writer, Keely's just not good character.