Synopsis:For Molly Kennan, senior year is already an epic disaster. It feels like the whole school knows she made out with Lily at that party, and now she’s accidentally outed herself as a lesbian. Her ex-best friend is trying to ruin her life, and school generally sucks. All she wants is to drown her sorrows in sweet potato fries, but she finds herself tongue-tied by the diner’s new waitress, Zia. Zia is way out of Molly’s league. Older, beautiful, and definitely way more sophisticated. It’s probably just wishful thinking, but Molly can’t help wondering if maybe Zia is flirting with her. Despite Zia’s always-there boyfriend, Molly falls hard for her, and Zia says she feels the same way. So then why doesn’t Zia break up with her boyfriend, and why does she keep so many secrets? Then there’s Lily, who she can’t seem to stop accidentally kissing. When your head and your heart are saying two different things, which one should you listen to?
5 Out of 5 Stars
Review: Wow wow wow !! What a great book, I finished this in one day I really didn’t want it to end! Can we first talk about Luke, he seriously could not of been any greater, he was an amazing brother and I loved hearing his advice for Molly! I’m so happy how it ended, I was starting to get a little worried she was going to go deeper and deeper in a hole and wouldn’t find a way out. I loved to read how it brought in realistic problems, that can arise from peers at school. I feel like I can’t write down how much I loved this book! Highly highly recommend!