Verdict: Middle of the road….3 stars
The book is broken up into 3 separate stories. A short one, a longer one, and another short one. Each story deals with one POV of one particular character.
This felt disjointed, when I read. The 2 short parts were too short and felt glossed over.
This is part 4 of the series and while it can be read as a stand alone, it helps to know the characters and backstory.
Each story end with a happy ending, maybe a little too predictable and pat.
There are maybe too many stereotypes in this book: geek and athlete, older girl and younger boy, and lets not forget a token gay relationship. This last one was handled really well, and I give the author props for going there. But I would have preferred that story to be longer and better developed. It was the last story in the book and seemed to be an afterthought.
What I liked was the middle story, the one where the athlete IT boy falls for the geek girl. The writing was good, this was the longest story and thus had a chance to develop.