Sugar, Spice, and Everything Nice. While normally not my book taste, I found with welcoming arms in The Upside of Unrequited. I might need dental work after reading this tale, but I’m not complaining.
Every teenager knows rejection once or twice during their adolescence. However, Molly Peskin-Suso cannot stomach – in her mind – the daily meal of the painful notion. Fat girls get picked last, if at all (Her mindset, not mine). While she comes from a loving family, especially her twin sister (the “beautiful one”) Cassie. However, the latter experiences joy in a new girl, while Molly discovers the potential in a co-worker and in the new girl’s friend. Who knew Molly have an opportunity to choose the owner of her first kiss? Will she finally accept that rejection is a common and temporary part of life or when she bundle good moments to prove unnecessary points?