Inside Out Girl was almost always a delight to read. I say “almost” because there were a few moments when I felt like you were veering away from fiction and into nonfiction in your explanations of nonverbal learning disorders. I’m always a proponent of “show, don’t tell” in fiction, and though at some point you do have to explain a little of what a nonverbal learning disorder is, it could have been folded into the story a little bit better. I loved your child characters, though; Olivia (the Inside Out Girl) was hilarious and sweet, and I adored Janie and her classic coming-out-in-high-school mistakes. I found the adults in the story to be a little flat–Len the patient single dad who’d do anything for his little girl, Rachel the paranoid, too-perfect single mom who finally learns to loosen up–and wished that they’d had a little more depth to them, but I enjoyed the book just the same. A four-star title!