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me@you.com - K.E. Payne This book is troubling in that the language used is so simple it has me thinking it was intended for a youthful audience, but who would wish to show 18-year old characters falling in love after seeing someone's photo on a BBS (Bulletin Board System popular in the 1990's)? This almost is a primer to alert and alarm parents about internet usage for their young adults.

The ending... Having Imogen suddenly realize her feelings are for Joey, and not the real live woman standing before her after an amazing kiss on the dance floor was too much. It left me with the thought that rather than just being young, Imogen was this disaster waiting to happen. I should have enjoyed reading a real conversation between two eighteen year olds with something going on in their lives.