This book was okay, but I was expecting more because I really liked Renae Kaye's previous books, especially Loving Jay.
It had such a preachy tone that it often made me think of manuals.
I couldn't connect with the characters. I felt there was more to them but it was just left unexplored.
The "drama" wasn't drama at all, and it felt forced.
In the end, it took all I had in me not to drop it at around 60%