Kate Brown's life has gone downhill fast. Her father has quit his job to sell vitamins at the mall, and Kate is forced to work with him. Her best friend has become popular, and acts like Kate's invisible.
And then there's Will. Gorgeous, unattainable Will, who Kate pretends she can't stand even though she can't stop thinking about him. And when Will starts acting interested, Kate hates herself for wanting him even though she knows she's just his latest conquest.
Kate figures the only way things will ever stop hurting is if she keeps to herself and stops caring about anyone or anything. What she doesn't realize is that while life may not always be perfect, good things can happen--but only if she lets them.
Elizabeth Scott's Second novel was every bit as good as her first. Dealing with the average teen, the author explors the romantic, family, and friendship relationships of the average teen. Her characters are believable and easy to relate with. The book is both serious and funny at the same time, with witty lines from the characters and a story line that will have you reading well into the night to find out how it ends.