Problem: Fifteen year old Jamie is gay and he doesn't want to be.
Solution: "Date" one of the hottest, richest girls at school whose dad happens to invent pharmaceuticals, one of which happens to be a drug that suppresses homosexual tendencies just like an allergy pill.
Result: Kind of a lame and definitely not-believable story. Jamie is actually just afraid to tell his parents, which is probably one of the hardest things for a gay person to do so I'm not making fun of that. The emotions and motivations of the Jamie are completely realistic, but every other character is so incredibly under-developed it just doesn't work as a story.
Or maybe I shouldn't have read Will Grayson, Will Grayson before I read this. Sorry James Klise - you get an A for effort and honesty, but nothing else. I know this is a short review but there's really not much else to say.
Note: This book was read for possible inclusion on the 2011/2012 YARP list.