You're, your, their, they're
This story was a fun read overall. It's a cookie cutter romance and I enjoy that. The characters are full of good flaws and each one has his or her own voice. The writing style is probably the best thing about this book. Nevertheless, the main character, Kat, is so unlikeable, I had to rush through her lines. She is a confused, immature brat who thinks she is in love with everybody and complaints about being treated like a child, while enjoying all kinds of attention. Although she claims to have a life, her main hobby is being obsessed with her brother's best friend. She also enjoys being mad at him and pushing him away while at the same time, expecting his complete sincerity and loyalty. To prove this further, she will point out every time he is being truthful as a reward for his honesty.
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The sentence structure was good, but the easily fixable grammar mistakes became too distracting. I'm always okay with typos, but it can't be a typo when every time a character describes someone, the writer types "your," "their," etcetera, instead of "you're," "they're." Likewise, when a character describes possession, the writer types, "you're," "their," etcetera, instead of "you're," "they're."