Kate and Anderson are best friends that do many things together and share many memories together. They both also share many crushes together, but then Matt Olsen, one of their crushes, suddenly shows up at their theatre rehearsals. Their relationship isn’t the only thing at stake.
I enjoyed how the author has formed the dynamic of Kate and Anderson’s friendship. I also like the plot of the story; it may seem kind of cheesy or cliché, but it did stir up some emotions in me. The one thing I don’t like is how the author kept the same repeating words over and over again. Maybe the author was trying to invoke laughter from the audience, but I just thought it was annoying. I liked the ending; it seemed like a satisfying, happy ending for all the characters. I would overall rate this book a 4/5.