I really enjoyed this book, I thought it was realistic and a very relevant topic in today's culture. The book was easy to read and felt fresh, I haven’t read a book that has tackled this topic before. The book was also very educational and I think it will teach people about sex-ting and the effects it can have on not just the person directly involved but also a whole community.
I found Ashleigh to be a very likable, normal everyday girl who was peer pressured into taking a photo of herself. She`s just a naive girl sending a photo to her boyfriend, she`s not thinking of the after effects or where that photo could end up and I think the scary part is that it can happen to anyone and I think that’s what Jennifer Brown is trying to tell the audience.
I like that the book shows the trouble Ashleigh, Kaleb her ex-boyfriend and others who have shared the photo were in because everyday sex-ting is happening and people don’t realize the trouble it can get you in.
I wanted more from this book, I feel it was a little unfinished and unresolved and I wanted to do know more about what happened to the secondary characters like Mack.
However I found this book educational, enjoyable and a great read!