I really enjoyed reading this book - it left me with the same smile on my face that 'Anna and the French Kiss' did. It took me a while to get to grips with Jeane and her personality (where as Michael Lee was a sweetheart), but once I did I couldn't stop reading. Both Jeane and Michael are really interesting, and both manage to steer clear from the usual cliches that a romance pair in YA tend to fall into. In fact, both of them have more brain power and logic between them than pretty much all the YA characters I've read.
The basic crux of this book is that Jeane is a bit of an outcast, with the most over-bearing (and persuasive) personality that I've come across! And yet she is completely endearing. Michael Lee is the popular guy at school (and can I say how much I love that he's half Chinese, and the author actually incorporates Chinese influences in his life) - and unsurprisingly, neither of them get on. Cue what could be a cliched coupling of the strange girl and the popular 'jock type' (if you like), but it doesn't quite go that way. I spent the initial part of the book wondering just how well those two would meld and then when it happens (gradually, gradually), it just sort of sneaks up on you and fits.
I would really recommend this book for anyone who needs a pick me up, and perhaps inspiration in life. I wish I knew a Jeanne (she promotes sisterhood! And feminism! And bettering yourself!)Still smiling about it even now :D