"It is what you read when you don't have to that determines what you will be when you can't help it." - Oscar Wilde
An okay read for me. Not as good as Confessions or the Rainbow, but I liked it. The story was different, even though I think it really wasn't that complicated. Sure, in the beginning it was a little strange - this whole boyfriend-friend-sister triangle - but Tasha nailed it: It could be oh so easy if boys weren't stupid and would use their mouths to talk for a change.
I wasn't a big fan of the sister, though. Being a free spirit is one thing, but more often than not I wanted to tell her to grow the frog up and be done with it.
Also, the flashbacks were kind of weird. I liked them, no doubt about it, but how and when they happened didn't quite fit.
Overall okay, I really liked Lila - one fabulously different kid! - but not the best of Kade Boehme's work.