I like the main characters, but I very much disliked Keeley's brother Zach and her best friend Nicky. Both seemed to be leeches, using Keeley for themselves and angry whenever she did anything for herself. I had no use for either of them, but I understood their purpose in the story. They were there as a means of endearing Keeley to us; making her sympathetic and forcing us to route for her. By the end we are hopeful she will push past her self inflicted boundaries, so she will go after Talon, even with his dark past.
Again, an easy read. A cute teenage romance, a girl and boy from opposing football schools who fall for each other. Some unnecessary drama, but also a lot of thoughtful, poignant moments. And the peeps! The PEEPS! Just the weirdest and cutest addition to the story. But, almost impossible to find when you want to use them for props...