Parker Grant doesn't need perfect vision to see right through you. That's why she created the Rules: Don't treat her any differently just because she's blind, and never take advantage. There will be no second chances.
When Scott Kilpatrick, the boy who broke her heart, suddenly reappears at school, Parker knows there's only one way to react – shun him so hard it hurts. She has enough to deal with already, like trying out for the track team, handing out tough-love advice to her painfully naive classmates, and giving herself gold stars for every day she hasn't cried since her dad's death. But avoiding her past quickly proves impossible, and the more Parker learns about what really happened – both with Scott, and her dad – the more she starts to question if things are always as they seem.
This book was genuinely enjoyable! The main character, Parker takes no prisoners and will not be taken for granted due to her disability-being blind. She's sassy, feisty and packs a good punch when speaking her mind! Which is why she created "The Rules" to protect herself from getting hurt or taken advantage of.
I liked the fact that Parker doesn't use her disability as a weakness and proves that she can still be a normal teenager even though her needs are different. I feel this is an encouraging for any young person especially with a disability as it proves they are just as much an individual who can live a normal life.
The chapters were short which made the story easy to read and the storyline had a steady flow to it. All in all, a decent YA book which had a slightly different angle to most YA's.
4 out of 5 stars