“This book gets zero stars (if I could rate it zero stars... I'm not sure if I can). It was absolutely terrible. It had so much potential with the plot. Her uncle is a complete dick, and that would've been fine, but things never get resolved between them. And the main character never comes out and says that she hates her aunt and uncle. but she should. On top of that, there could've been a terrific love story. Judy Blume could've gone so far with this, but nothing ever happened between them. The main character acts like she will see Wolf again after he leaves (which shouldn't matter to her because they weren't even really that close), but they are on opposite sides of the country, not knowing where eachother even are. AND THEY WEREN'T THAT SERIOUS. They were frickin acquaintances!!! They weren't lovers! They didn't even kiss. This book just doesn't display realistic emotions to me. And it completely got my hopes up. So zero stars.”
Not everything has a happy ending. Davey is only 15 and Wolf is at least 18. Why couldn't they just be friends or soulmates without having to be lovers? Of course it displays realistic emotions. Davey's anger about her father dying was ridiculously realistic. Judy Blume is amazing, and even though Davey and Wolf weren't lovers, this was ten times better a love story than Twilight.