Writing-wise, this book has it all. It keeps the emotions of the story well, and keeps your attention. As for the story, it is well, predictable and so I wasn’t so impressed with it. The characters, however, were very real – flawed, like the main character. Take Christian for example – he doesn’t chase her or keep after her, even when she pushes him away. He wants to be friends and if she doesn’t, then he wouldn’t bother. I liked that their friendship grew rather than him just being there as a emotional buffer. The predictability was redeemed by the writing and the characters, actually. So, a good and sweet read and recommended for readers of contemporary fiction.