This was somehow both a cute and steamy YA romance. I enjoyed and expected the innocence of main character Keely but was surprised by how steamy and sexual this book became at times. I wasn't overly thrilled that this was billed as a sex positive book yet seemed to only have the males being sex positive. The females talked about losing their virginity, and usually recently, but the males had a somewhat worldly and experienced take on sex. I do understand Keeley's desire to have her first time be with someone she knows well and will treat her right, I wish it could have been with someone else who was also a virgin so they could experience their first times together. Dean was a fun character though, and seemed pretty realistic. Overall, I had fun reading this book even though it wasn't exactly what I had been expecting.