Just Friends is about a teenage boy, Josh, and his crush for a popular and pretty girl, Jena. Josh has never felt this way before, he's fallen in love with Jena. However, Josh and Jena hang out in totally different groups. Jena is the popular new girl, but Josh only hangs out with his few friends, not really fitting in with others. However, Josh starts trying his best to get closer to Jean and slowly, they become friends. Unfortunately, now there's another problem, which is moving on from friends. Josh wants to be more than friends, but that seems to be all Jena sees in him. So there's a struggle between confessing his feelings or staying just friends. I think this book can really relate to a lot of teenagers and even adults. Sometimes being with someone you love isn't that easy, especially if they don't feel the same. However, throughout the process, you learn and might also discover new relationships. I enjoyed seeing the shift between the characters and plot. You can see how Josh changes throughout the story, the growth and maturity he gained from this experience. Just Friends is a enjoyable book for everyone, especially teenagers who might also struggle with the same problems.