I absolutely love this book. It's fresh and exciting and while it follows the traditional romance route, doesn't stick to terrible cliches like going on and on incessantly about how special and different the heroine is from other young ladies. She's not angsty or whiny or obnoxious, and makes sound decisions. And the love interest isn't some typical romance cardboard cutout who's a bad boy womanizer with a nightmarish past that he's holding on to way too tight. They're regular people who fall in love. And I think that's great. It's satisfying, and I love it.