This romantic comedy for Young Adults was a fun read and despite being considerably older than the target readership (and being lost by one or two messaging terms) I really enjoyed it.
The chalk and cheese lead characters, Hildy and Paul, who met as part of a psychology experiment, were realistic and likeable, and their smart and funny dialogue made me chuckle out loud. Some of the other characters were a bit more sketchy but still convincing, with the possible exceptions of Hildy's two best friends, who I felt were verging on stereotypes.
The variety of formats used in the book, including dialogue and messaging, with some quirky illustrations, for the questions, was refreshing.
While remaining mostly light-hearted and never preachy, I thought the book had some interesting things to say about families, the images we try to project and the need to go out and make mistakes if we are to achieve something worthwhile.