I thought this was sweet in a way and yet, utterly vapid. I tend to move from a "heavy" book to one lighter in tone as my next read, and this was the light one. Not one person's personality was really revealed in this book and there was no clue as to why Morgan and Raven were really interested in each other other than Morgan being informed that Raven was gay and she had just realized this in the past week of her life.
Morgan, A Uni student, tells Raven, in high school (!)) to take it slow yet wants any inhibition Raven might have about public displays of affection or even coming out to friends and family to happen NOW.
I like happy endings, don't get me wrong, but the work, story and characters have to feel real to me.