★★★☆☆—A cute, funny sailing-themed romance that peters out in the second half.
★★★☆☆—A retelling with lovely prose that never wrangles its elements into a cohesive whole.
★★☆☆☆—If you’re a camp counselor and feel inclined to date your charges, here’s some advice: don’t.
How (Not) to Ask a Boy to Prom is short, light and sweet. It’s also perfectly mediocre and utterly forgettable.
★★★☆☆—Despite a few rough edges, Date Me, Bryson Keller is super sweet and super readable.