There's a difference between falling and letting go.
Lauren has a good life: decent grades, great friends, and a boyfriend every girl lusts after. So why is she so unhappy?
It takes the arrival of Evan Kirkland for Lauren to figure out the answer: She's been holding back. She's been denying herself a bunch of things (like sex) because staying with her loyal and gorgeous boyfriend, Dave, is the "right" thing to do. After all, who would give up the perfect boyfriend?
But as Dave starts talking more and more about their life together, planning a future Lauren simply can't see herself in -- and as Lauren's craving for Evan, and moreover, who she is with Evan becomes all the more fierce -- Lauren realizes she needs to make a choice...before one is made for her.
I have no idea how an author that wrote those books with strong protagonists that I love went to weak protagonists that I hate! Right now Elizabeth Scott is 2 to 2 for the categories and its driving me CRAZY!! Lauren is the average girl at school who has a great boyfriend and good grades and good friends (wait scratch that, good friend, because she won't open herself up to anyone) (ps. from right now, I feel like this review will get rant-y, so you know *Begin Rant*