This features the summer love story of Bryan Lockwood, a paraplegic teenager living in a tourist beach town who's working as a camp counselor, and Cassidy Emmerich, an out of towner ("benny," and no, I don't think why benny = tourist ever got explained) whose dad runs a B&B there and she's working at the camp for the summer. Cass wanted to get out of town after she found out her boyfriend Gavin was cheating on her via "StalkMe" (I appreciate your honesty on that name, author). She and Bryan hit it off very pleasantly and sweetly, without much drama until the requisite inevitable drama that occurs when Gavin decides to make a play to get her back.
I think Bryan was my favorite, actually. He's a fairly reasonable guy who's mostly adjusted to his situation (and he makes a note of "#wheelchairperks" where that gives him an advantage), but has a few light trigger issues here and there, like whether or not he's quite ready to try surfing again, and dating. He's certainly ready to date again, but since his last few romantic interests seem to have gone awry because of his accident, he's a little apprehensive. I liked him though.
I also liked Cassidy, who's a sweet and nice girl and has adorable moments with her little brother who attends camp. The family relationships she has are sweet and nice, the friendships are good--I liked how Cassidy handled befriending a kind of prickly Toni, and how she handled her visiting friend Emma when Emma was ticking Toni off. Likewise, there's a moment involving Bryan's surfboard (er, "fish") that was quite sweet.
However, the one thing in the book I wasn't too thrilled with was the Gavin plot, which was so inevitable spoiler/"Baxter"/Disposable Dude "jerk boy will try to get her back and try to ruin everything" that I felt like I knew exactly how the plot would go every time he showed up, and that annoyed me. I kind of felt like we were sitting there until Gavin inevitably makes his move and causes Bryan to storm off. I liked her building relationship with Bryan, but every time Gavin reared his head via text I was all, ugh, here he comes. And when he finally shows up in person he gets Cassidy to do a few mildly jerky things, which I did not like and they felt out of character. I will give the author props for having one surprise regarding Gavin that made his actions more understandable, and that Cassidy's dalliance with Gavin doesn't last too long and isn't too derailing.
Overall, I'm giving it three and a half stars. It probably won't end up being super memorable in my brain in the end, but it was a nice read with sweet nice people.