I'm a big fan of Jennifer Echols. I love her love stories and I loved Love Story. I love how I get lost in the pages and forget about reality around me while I sink into the story.
I really liked how this was written. How we get to see bits and pieces coming from Erin in her writing and a bit from Hunter. It was a bit confusing at first, going straight into the story, but once I realized what was going on, I was hooked. Erin has a unique perspective to the things that have happened. She takes stories from her own life and writes about them. I really liked this more in depth view of Erin's life without doing flashbacks.
It's tiny, but my only complaint is the ending. I mean, come on! I could have sworn I was missing part of the ending but alas, I was not. I'm noticing more and more the endings to contemporary YA are being cut short and I'm not sure I really like that. I don't need two chapters of "after" but a little bit more would have been nice. I love the stories where the couple struggles and gets together right before the end, but I don't want them to get together at the end. If that makes any sense. But, anyway, great book, worth the read!