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I thought none of the characters were terribly well-drawn. The heroine would do things that served the plot rather than her character or logic (e.g.: she meets this guy who's done harmful things to her and whom she's been warned against, but she still agrees to have a meeting with him to get information; of course, terrible things then happen). And, of course, most of the background characters at her school (except for a cute boy who had completely ignored her before the book starts but starts hitting on her when it begins, because the author needed his character to provide the heroine with information) hate her for absolutely no reason. (This is something all bad authors do - make some group of people hate their main character for no reason except to make the reader sympathize with the MC.)
I originally got this book, because I thought the book description was absolutely charming and thought the book sounded like a lot of fun. The book did not live up to that product description. It was the same as hundreds of other overwrought, overly-dramatic books I've read where some perfect hero falls in love with some ordinary heroine with nothing special about her and where everyone else thinks the heroine is absolutely wonderful, largely because all of the other characters they interact with are terrible people who exist only to torment our wonderful heroine (who isn't actually that wonderful; who is, in fact, kind of a bitch).