Cute, frothy, and absolutely ridiculous. The main character is so good, her nemesis so evil, the boys so hot... This book has zero basis in reality, which is fine, and had the book ended 50 pages earlier, I would've given it 4 stars and ranked it alongside Jennifer Echols. However, the story gets repetitive and needlessly preachy towards the end. Megan even lectures the brothers on the importance of family. She's supposed to be 16! Another anachronism: the author actually has Megan and her BFF end their chat with "SWAK". I'm in my 20s and I had to dig through my childhood memories to remember what SWAK meant. All in all though, this was a cute, easy, fun read.