This review is more about Young Adult author Lauren Myracle than this particular book. She’s the real deal folks. Her dialogue is spot on, funny and manages to convey in-depth characterization all at the same time. If you’re a fan of Judy Blume, you’ll love her. I can’t wait to read more of her work. In this book, privileged Carly struggles to find her authentic self given her upper middle class lifestyle. She’s always counted on younger sister, Anna, to have her back. But when Carly returns home from a summer enrichment program, she finds Anna all grown up – a beautiful girl who looks like the plastic pretty girls Carly has always detested. Carly is both jealous of, and sorry for, Anna, as Anna tries to navigate her first year of high school. Situations involving various boys and girlfriends complicate matters between sisters as they always do. This book is geared to teens, but is a fun read for us older “kids,” too!