I did enjoy the writing so if someone did hand me a copy of another book by this author I would read it but I wasn't that crazy about this one. I think this is a book that might appeal to a younger audience that basically grew up with Facebook being a thing. It might just be me but setting up a fake Facebook profile to try to land the guy you're best friends with was just kinda lame to me. I did like the characters.
I think I would have liked it more if things didn't work out as well as they did. I did like the friendship between Emma and Eli but I thought it was a little convenient that Eli knew right off the bat who Kelli was. Things just went a little bit too perfectly. I guess it just didn't connect with me because I was a teen without Facebook since it hadn't been invented yet. Maybe that's why the story just doesn't click with me. I also didn't really see the point of Carissa since it just seemed like she was there just to be a bitch and nothing else.
Emma and Eli have been best friends for years. One day out of the blue Emma gets the brilliant idea to set up a fake Facebook page so she can get Eli to ask her out. I don 't understand that and neither did her best friend. The relationship between the two jumping from friendship to romance didn't really make sense to me. It seemed to just come out of the blue. She decides she likes him that way and he decides he likes her that way too. I think it would have been more interesting if one didn't return the same feelings or they both decided they were just better off as friends.