P.S. I Like You
by Kasie West
Chemistry may be the most dull class ever created for high school. There is just no way to get through it without either falling asleep or getting distracted. And Lily is easily distracted, mostly by song lyrics that constantly form and swirl in her mind.
When her Chem teacher gives Lily an order to stop writing in her lyric journal or lose it, Lily starts writing directly on her desk instead. What she definitely doesn't expect is a response that starts a letter writing conversation with a mysterious someone who may just be her soulmate.
While trying to figure out who she's writing to each day, Lily must also deal with a serious crush who doesn't seem to know she exists, the mean girl who does know she exists, and the bully-boy who not only knows that she exists, but seems to delight in messing with her.
Just getting through the day can be so very difficult. Thank goodness that she has those letters to look forward to each day.
Final thoughts: Cotton candy all the way. Just a rom-com with a weird twist in the rom part. I'm not sure I can accept the romance as it is as the guy just isn't that great. However, it was a nice little brain break to read.