I'm only realizing now how apt the title is. Our heroine, Maeve, is looking to get laid, not fall in love. She's a high school senior and film director who falls for her hottie actor, with the fuckable name Cole Stone. He doesn't seem to be all that into her at first, but Maeve likes that Cole doesn't seem to give a shit about Maeve's disability, so she persists. I wasn't sure if I should mention Maeve's disability in this review, and I appreciate that there's no wheelchair on the cover. I am referencing the disease because I think it should be an appeal to readers who, like me, are interested in #ownvoices stories of living with illness.
It's not the page-turniest novel I've ever read, but Maeve is a believable character and unpredictable. Her friends are cool, but imperfect, even/especially her best friend's boyfriend who is kind of a dick to Maeve, who sort of shrugs it off, sort of.