Maps’ kingdom is crumbling before his eyes.
His parents are forcing him to get a job, there’s a new kid at school who won’t stop staring at him, and his best friend is too busy thinking about girls to help Maps deal with his real problems.
Worst of all,
Maps is lost.
And none of the roads on his map are leading to Lane.
Maps is back and just as hysterical as before. I adore seeing Maps again and all his quirky self. He and Lane have some troubles in this story and it hurts a little bit to see how they struggle to work it out. You wonder through part of the book if they’re even going to make it. Benji is back as best friend and temperer of Maps’ wild ideas. Benji is truly the best friend Maps could ask for. Maps’ adventures this time are of a different nature since his parents make him get a job. He somehow almost gets sued along the way but he also makes a new friend in Perry. In Maps’ typical blind fashion, he doesn’t realize Perry has feelings for him. It’s kind of tragic because Maps only has eyes and hearts for Lane, even if Lane is only a neighbor. You could feel Maps’ pain and confusion throughout the story. His emotions always come through clearly. There’s another sweet happy for now at the end of the story and now I need to read the next book to see how Maps and Lane handle being together next.
Four and a half
As a lover of romance, Nash tries to dip her hand into all the colors of the rainbow. She enjoys writing short, romance shorts, and gritty, novel length stories with characters readers love to hate.