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TMI - Patty Blount I confess, it has been a long time since I was a teenager. Longer than I would care to admit and if I'm being honest, I don't think I behaved or thought like an actual teenager when I was one. If I did behave like a stereotypical teenager, and by stereotypical I mean like the teenagers in TMI, then why the hell didn't somebody slap me? Because I can tell you now if these characters are meant to be a typical representation of teenagers and how the behave then we are in for some serious, serious problems.

I think that is part of my problem with the book. Because I am nowhere near a teenager or that mentality I found it unbelievably hard to connect with any of the characters. The idea behind the story was great and I am honestly very glad that it didn't end up like a Dateline To Catch a Predator episode. Because it could have, really easily. I just think that the characters were a little too petty. Not to mention the weird dynamic that was the friendship of Bailey and Meg. It's almost like they are more frenemies than anything.

All in all this is a decent read and I'm sure that other's would will like it just fine, but it just wasn't my cup of tea.