The book Love, Inc. by Yvonne Collins and Sandy Rideout caught my attention in the first sentence. In the book, Zahra, a tenth grader, is three-timed by a guy and then meets the other girls. They start off their friendship by getting revenge on the guy who hurt them, and then open up a business to help people meet someone new, break up with someone, or get revenge. Everything seems to be going smoothly until small things change which result in large consequences. In the end, they work it all out, and their lives become a little more normal then when they started out. Anyone reading it can easily relate to how the characters are feeling at any point and can understand the decisions they make. In each chapter, you delve a little bit deeper into the characters and by the end you feel their pain, happiness, and love.