This book as a lot of cliches. The good girl / bad boy, the cheerleader and the outcast musician, the neighbors who used to be best friends and drifted apart and the whole "High School Popularity System".
It was also very predictable in some moments. Okay, a LOT of moments.
Nonetheless, I really enjoyed it. It's a light, fun book perfect to read between heavier books.
I felt really connected with the characters, sometimes I want to slap Ashton and other times I wanted to hug her. Luca seemed like a great boy and I really liked him and for some reason I also enjoyed Eddie.
It's one of those books when you already know exactly how it's going to end so basically it's all about the journey. But the journey it's worthy! ;)