Overall: 76/100 or C
Molly is the stereotypical good girl. She has even been called staintly by some school mates. After her best friend moves away, she decides to rebel againist who she is known as and date bad boy Grady Dillon. She ends up to be pregnant and Grady doesn't want anything to do with her. Molly has to make the largest choice of her life.
Molly was what really killed me in this book. She seemed to be so stupid for someone that was considered to be smart. I mean she was obsessed with Grady, yet he would be checking out other girls, when she was with him. The plot was a little slow, but I really like the plot and how it was written in mostly free verse. It wasn't that original and lacked some details. I still found it to be a quick and interesting read.