When Avery gets sick of Meghan's antics, he dumps her, but is surprised when she immediately starts dating another guy. To make her jealous, Avery enlists Nari's help. A kiss for tutor sessions. But things don't go as expected, and Nari and Avery have to come up with a new plan, mostly with Avery's insistence.
After reading The F Word, I was so excited to see Nari getting her own book. Nari's character is quiet and reserved, but she has a secret identity as a band member. I love that little added bonus. Avery is insufferable in the beginning, but I was expecting that from what I saw in The F Word. Also as expected, he grows on you. Nari and Avery are made for each other and I love watching their relationship grow. I also have to say that I love Becks. He better get a story too!
Final Verdict: I would recommend this book to fans of contemporary romance, grieving and overcoming loss, and real characters with real problems that many can relate to.