The main characters in this novel, April and Ryan, are the two most shallow characters I've ever encountered in romantic fiction. They have absolutely no depth. And for more than the first half of the book, it was a struggle, not to put this book down, but to continue on with it. Pretty darned boring. It picks up in the second half but when you're finished reading it, you'll realize you couldn't have cared less about either of them through the entire story. These two are so completely self-centered that the only reason they could possibly love each other is because they're exactly alike. Well, actually, April does commit a selfless act in the end. It's not that they're not likeable. They're really rather innocently shallow. The book has its humorous moments and one or two emotional rushes but, overall, it just makes you wonder why you bothered. Don't bother.