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This happens pretty much in any Contemporary YA. I have a moment where I feel SO OLD and want to just reach out and shake the characters and give them a good parent speech. The main one here was when Emily didn't want to go into the bar with a fake ID and Sloane did and Emily stood her ground - and was basically portrayed as being a wimp in that situation. I wanted to give her a high five for standing up to bossy Sloane and doing what she thought was the right thing to do. Adult me was kind of annoyed at the implication that she was boring for sticking to her principles and just needed to let loose. Any other adult moments from the book I'm missing?