Wow!I actually really loved this book. I didn't expect to at first. I thought it would be very cheesy and predictable but it really wasn't! The pacing was great and around 3/4 of the book, it was so intense and gripping I was furiously flipping through the pages just to find out what would happen. The writing flowed and the dialogue was well constructed and this is my first Cat Patrick book, but it sure won't be my last!I enjoyed London as the protagonist here. She wasn't perfect, there were moments I rolled my eyes at her and her thoughts, but she was great. She was mature and caring, not to mention a great friend. Her relationship with Jaime proved that. For someone with her condition, she was not whiny and angsty. She accepted that she was the way she was. I found myself sypmathising with her despite the fact that she didn't actually spend any time feeling sorry for herself. I sympathised with her because she was a good character.Luke! I fell in love with him, over and over again. It has been a while since I fell in love with a fictional character. He reminded me of the guys Sarah Dessen writes about. His love does not completely blind him and I always love that. He could still show his annoyance towards London and that makes him even more real because he accepts this girl the way she is. It couldn't have been easy loving London, but he did. He didn't try to take advantage of her either.It was a pleasant, easy read. Really enjoyed it!