Living with her Israeli father in Chicago, seventeen-year-old Amy Nelson-Barak feels like a walking disaster, worried about her "non-boyfriend" in the Israeli army, her mother, new stepfather, and the baby they are expecting, a new boy named Nathan who has moved into her apartment building and goes to her school, and whether or not she really is the selfish snob that Nathan says she is.
I really enjoyed this book. Not much cussing at all, and really not that much bad content. I really liked Amy and her character, but my favorite was Nathan.
There were two things: I didn't like was Jessica and Amy's relationship. Jessica wasn't that developed a character. THey didn't seem like best friends. They were always mad at eachother or at ends and didn't even talk! ANd there were always these conditions- YOU OWE ME. I know my best friend Alexus and I don't act like that. Also, Amy seemed a little too emotionally attached to Avi sometimes. I love that she was so in love with him that she went to EXTREME measures, but when they were all together, she seemed like super attached.