I decided to read this book because i love chick lit with unusual female character. This book -about a tomboy- started out great. The scene in which Nolan confronted Reed about making fun of her name was really nice "BOOOOOM"!
But Nolan, after this becomes the stereotypical girl gushing over the rich handsome athlete and there is nothing that stands out about her anymore. Yes, she's still "poor" but no one really seems to care about that.
So then there is ups and down during 3 years but everything turns out great. Yeah, it was kind of a let down.
This book needs a bit of editing too.
Overall i'd rate this book 2 stars but i stand up for any book with unsual female lead so it's 3 out of 5 stars.