As others have said, I agree this book has the most wonderful beginning. Logan's flirtation over Peyton is really a joy to read. Fun and sexy.
Unfortunately in the second part, the story lacks something. It's again partly the same old story: why don't the two main characters comunicate between them? Just to create the cliché angst.
As almost in all love stories, this is what happens: two people meet, then fall in love, then there is the big obstacle, separation and angst, and eventually love triumphs.
Here falling in love is 10 stars, the obstacle is 3 stars.
But I'm still saying I love this book.