The plot is very inspiring. Emily has to decide whether or not she wants to become an artsy girl with her friend, Fiona, or remain in her old town, Cherry Hill, unable to move forward. She has to decide what it is that she wants without anyone's influence. She has to find herself and she goes through many different things to find out.
The relationship she had with Yates, her TA, was...awkward. There didn't seem to be much life between the two and it just seemed forced, I guess. Yates is always afraid about people finding out so because of that, their relationship was hindered. They never really talked much and when they did, it wasn't in depth. There didn't seem any real chemistry between the two and I couldn't feel any deep love or anything.
Fiona, the crazy girl who thinks she's all that, is Emily's new "best friend". She, to put it short, annoyed the crap out of me. She's such a faker and user. She thinks she's so cool and used Emily as a self-ego booster. I don't understand how Emily could have stand her at all. Fiona puts people down and is way too self-focused on herself.
Emily, though, seemed extremely talented and the fact that she didn't see it just made her seem really modest and humble. She doesn't like to get into people's face which makes her really likable. Unlike a certain person *coughFionacough*.
The ending was really cute. I loved how Emily was finally able to choose for herself what she wanted and managed to get closer to her younger sister which was really adorable, you have to admit.
Overall, Same Difference is a great read. A very fun and enjoyable book.