I liked both Wes and Teegan. They are imperfect characters reacting to situations in life that leave them feeling inadequate. I could easily see how they would make a great couple. They do complement one another and they do have genuine feelings for the other.
I just wasn’t entirely able to buy into all the action happening over one weekend. Both Teegan and Wes brought their own issues into play during this intense time. I felt Teegan unfairly asked things of Wes he clearly stated from the outset he was uninterested in, while Wes took advantage of Teegan’s selflessness; at times with little thought about how his actions and words might be construed.
Misty, Wes’ sister and also Teegan’s BFF, provides much of the comedy in this book, and it balances nicely with the heavier parts. I do wonder why this book is billed as romantic comedy though, because I think the story of Wes, Teegan and the emotional baggage they carry is deeper than this label.