Mia thinks boys are immature, all of them except Will. He’s mysterious. Or so she thinks at first. Will wishes he knew what girls talked about and how to talk to them, actually how to talk to one girl in particular; Mia.
This isn’t a sweet teen romance. It is embarrassing, full of angst, anger, drama and the odd toe-sucking. 0_o. In this story secrets are shared, friendships betrayed and hearts and hopes shattered. Yes, it is a fictitious world, yet it feels real, hitting a little too close to home in some scenes.
Mr Corbet is a fabulous writer. We jump from one point of view to the other perfectly in harmony, from Mia to Will and back again. Sometimes it’s only half a paragraph, other times its pages. They have such clear and distinct voices it’s easy to keep up with the changes. In fact having the different views adds a depth that could never be achieved from only one view. I now know what boys think, or at least what Will thinks of.
I loved it and heartily recommend!