I liked the uncomplicated and flowing narrative, Until Friday, by Abbi Glines. It focused on young high school students, Maggie and West, who were both dealing with tragic, sensitive and personal issues. For teenagers, they dealt pretty well. I didn't give it 5 srars because there were a couple of untied ends: the content of Maggie's father's letter wasn't revealed - that was a real clanger of an error, imo. West's mother's distressed behaviour was left without resolution, which seemed odd considering West's promise to his dad. That point may or may not be addressed in following books. Both Brady and Gunner had previous relationships referenced in this book, so I guess we can expect these stories to follow.