Michael Lyon Lyon từ 70400 Çamlıca Köyü/Ermenek/Karaman, Thổ Nhĩ Kỳ
3.5 stars. This was a LOT like Scott's earlier Perfect You: a likeable, sardonic teen girl with a less than perfect family situation is adored by a cute, funny, nice guy--but she can't see it. In this book, there's an additional guy involved, who is clearly a bunghole from page 1 but Hannah believes him to be sensitive and deep. It was kind of frustrating waiting for her to figure it out, but it's definitely a mistake a lot of 17-year-old girls make. The side plot about her parents is fairly interesting. Her dad is essentially Hugh Hefner (different name), and when she visits him on the set of the Girls Next Door-like show that is his life, it doesn't go very well. Her mom is famous for one commercial, and now makes a living by talking to her fans online in her underwear. So Hannah has spent her whole life just trying to blend in, and now has to figure out a way not to.