Shara Wheeler was perfect in every way. She was smart, kind, beautiful, athletic, wealthy.
Shara Wheeler was perfect. Until she went missing after prom. She left no trace when she
disappeared, no obvious answer. Just a series of notes on pretty pink stationary. Notes
addressed to the only three people she ever kissed: Smith, the star of the football team, Rory, a
stoner and musician, and Chloe, the only outed bisexual that goes to their catholic high school.
The story follows this unlikely bunch teaming up to discover Shara’s whereabouts. Along the
way, they go through various ups and downs with their friendships, schoolwork, and sexuality.
Will they find Shara in time for graduation? Will Chloe ever find out why Shara, beautiful,
perfect, Shara kissed her?
This book was very interesting to me. I liked how it was set at a catholic school, and was
centered a lot around Chloe having to navigate her sexuality in a pretty prominently straight
school. I also liked the pairing of Chloe, Rory, and Smith. They are three people that you would
definitely never catch together under normal circumstances, but they were willing to come
together to solve the mystery of where Shara was. I’ll be honest, at times the book dragged a
little bit, and I felt like there were places where there was just a little bit too much filler, but other
than that, I really enjoyed it.