My Review: This is a pretty good book! The best part about it was the main character, Ally: she was very realistic, fresh, and sassy. As far as main characters go, she was a very good one. Jake was also a pretty good character---I liked how they made him a little flawed and not just the prototypical Prince Charming. Jake and Ally's rocky relationship and numerous struggles also made the book more enjoyable, because they seemed more realistic. In most romance YA books, the couple has, like, ONE problem, and that problem barely constitutes as...a problem. It has you rolling your eyes and thinking, Okay, we ALL know you're going to end up together, so please just shut up and get over it. But with this book? No way! There were definitely parts---like the ending, which is a cliffhanger, and makes me want to read the sequel!---where I was like, Okay, there is NO way they're going to end up together. No. Way. So the drama makes it intriguing. The fighting between the girls was okay---it seemed kind of weak to me, probably because I just got done reading a book that properly depicts seriously vicious and brutal girl fighting (Some Girls Are by Courtney Summers)---but it was okay, it didn't ruin the book. And the description of the quaint, wealthy little town she lived in with its nicknames for its shops and the wealthy people (the "Cresties") made it more fun to read, because settings like that are just cute.
Cover: This cover is okay, I suppose: it shows a girl ostracized by a group of girls and one guy, which happens in the book, so it's true. The font is cute as well. But I like this version of the cover much better; it's much more chic.
Overall Grade: B+