2.5 stars. So I'm basically hate reading these now. It's like a train wreck: so horrible but you can't look away. Feel free to ignore this review.Most of the book is Jory and Sam arguing back and forth with Jory's every opinion and thought being interrupted and overridden by, not only Sam, but every other guy who is apparently unable to resist his charm and good looks. I had high hopes for Aaron at first then he turned out to be even worse than Sam (something I had to pause for a moment to appreciate as I didn't think it was possible for me to dislike someone more than Sam). Jory seemed changed in the beginning of the story. More mature and grounded. But that soon disappeared with the reappearance of Sam.