This book had me laughing as soon as I started reading, Scarlett for some reason absolutely reminds me of Ashley Tisdale.. When she was in High School Musical. She's basically a huge pop star trying to finish high school normally. Her first day of school will have you in stitches.
This story is amusing and quirky. I admit I had reservations about it. Most of the reviews I'd been ask to read lately were erotica which by now you all know I'm not a big fan of. It was very very refreshing to get to dive into this one. It just made me smile for the most part. The only thing that irked me a little were the titles of the chapters. They were just lines in the chapter. But that's just a pet peeve of mine. There are a couple of wrong words scattered here and there but no actual errors. Writers tend to get lost in their work and placing the wrong word (which would inevitably change the meaning of a sentence) happens from time to time. The reader however will no problem understanding what is meant though, some may not even realize they're there at all.
While the story is quite quirky, not everything is sunshine and gumdrops. There are serious issues that more teenagers than most people are aware their kids are dealing with happening. Mercy has made this story realistic to the point that you the events that unfold good and bad will reach down deep into your very soul and take hold. I look forwarded to faded and the rest series to see how Scarlett grows and developes into the life she has chosen for herself and if she ever wakes up and see the effects some of her decisions have on other people.