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While I think this book had some super cheesy cute parts, I just wasn’t impressed. The story felt bland and I was just kind of bored during most of it. I really enjoyed the beginning and the friendship that was beginning to form with Pepper and Jack. I loved their witty remarks and how they loved to get on each other’s nerves. Pepper and Jack are in this all-out twitter war between their family’s food business, and the tweets were quite hilarious. I thought there would be more of the app that Jack had invented, but the parts that did have this app called Weasel were very insignificant.
I just really wanted more, I wanted more romance, I wanted more family aspect, and I wanted more developed characters. I honestly only really cared for Jack and that’s only because I could see how he was hurt by always being in his twin’s shadow. I didn’t care for Pepper, or really any of the other characters. They just fell really flat for me, their “issues” in life just didn’t seem that serious. I really wanted to like this and sure this did have its moments, but just wasn’t the cute YA love story I was hoping for.