DNF at page 33
I know, I'm so lame. Quitting a book at page 33?
But I just don't feel like pressing on. First of all, I don't even know why I picked this up in the first place. The blurb sounds pretty similar to loads of other YA contemporary books that deal with issues. And I'm not one for romances, so why the hell was this even on my TBR list?? I think it was because I wanted to know what happened to Alexis. And now I do. The author tried to make it like a big mystery, but it's so obvious and I could totally tell who was the one that hurt Alexis (reading someone else's review confirmed my suspicions).
So, I'm DNFing. If you like YA contemporaries or "issue" books, then I think you should give it a try. The writing is pretty good and Alexis is likable enough. But I have no interest in those kinds of stories and that is why I am not continuing.