Noah Ramirez runs a popular blog called “Meet Cute Diary” where he writes stories of loves stories including trans people. These blogs give many trans people hope for love of their own. But there seems to be one problem for Noah: the stories are fake. He tries to keep this under wraps until someone exposes his stories as fiction. He tries to stage a romance with Drew, his friend, but it quickly turns into something real.
I enjoy that Noah is not a perfect character; he is a teenager that experiences a lot of emotions, mostly bad. This book was an easy read and a light hearted story. I like the plot of this book, and how it’s aimed at helping trans kids. I don’t like that the book isn’t very realistic; the book doesn’t have many setbacks or obstacles. I like the cover of the book though. Overall, I would rate this book 3/5.