This story really took me back to when I was 17 and unsure of myself. I appreciated how honest the author made the characters feelings. It was refreshing to see a not over-the-top representation of teenage love. To the girls, there was no sense of politics, or huge statements, they just loved each other. This is a must read if you are looking for a "feel good" romance story. It's a bonus to me that they are two women.
I'm an East coaster who had a stint in Cali and spent some time in San Fran. It was nice to know the areas Tea was talking about and seeing them through someone's eyes who was a local. Despite not personally relating to her rough lifestyle, I knew people like her and found myself shaking my head at times reminiscing. But the life became too big sometimes. Wanted to call an intervention for her and the other main characters.
I am an Abby Craden fan and she was in great form.
Eh...not as a whole for me. I was glad, and confused, when it ended.
If you want to read something over the top, self indulgent, and unbelievable, this is the book.
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