This story begins when Spring Honeycutt is having problems with her thesis paper. She wrote a really good one, but her professor wants her to add the opposing opinion to the paper. To do that she must get help from her neighbor Henry who she can’t stand. These two argue like no one else, but that can’t seem to stop hanging out. However, there are quite a few problems they each have before they realize that it’s each other they need.
This book was okay. It wasn’t great, but not bad either. I really enjoyed the plot line up until about half way through the book. Then it just sort of went downhill to me. It felt like the story kept repeating itself, and not explaining certain things very well. Also, a lot of it just didn’t make sense to me either. But again I did like part of the book, and I really enjoyed both of the main characters. They were each funny, and very opinionated. It was a nice enjoyable read for the most part.