This book brings up an important point in today's society. Leah felt like she was in a loving committed relationship and was planning on marrying Kevin. She felt safe and was willing to do things with him that she would not do with others. Kevin broke that trust and put pictures of her on the internet. This is a horrible thing to happen it and it seems to happen more and more often.
I like that this book brings up this issue. You get to see what this has done to Leah. She is emotionally fragile and has intimacy issues. Drew realizes that something has happened to Leah and wants to get to know her. He is pretty good at helping her with her issues and she opens up to him.
I like the message of this book and recommend it. I am giving it 4 stars. I personally didn't really like Drew very much. He is a good guy and really helps his grandparents and never pushes Leah to do anything she doesn't want to do. He is there for her but at the same time I can't get on board with the choices he made in his life. I almost feel like he is a cop out in that area. I think that most people will really like him...these are just my issues and I don't hold it against the book.
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