What a Boy Wants - Nyrae Dawn I wasn't sure whether I was going to like this book...just goes to show that sometimes you can't judge a whole book by a few chapters.This book was so clever. What girl doesn't want to get inside a guy's head to know what he's thinking? Nyrae Dawn wrote Sebastian's voice so well that I really thought I could have been looking inside a boy's head. I wanted to hurt him so badly initially. His attitude stung me so much that if he had been in front of me I would have slapped him stupid - and I'm not a violent person. You see, all Sebastian ever wanted was to have a car (to pick up girls, of course) and to cruise with his best buds, Jayden, Aspen and Priscilla. But things don't go to plan when he receives and email from a girl who wants to purchase his services as the Hook-Up Doctor. That's where the fun really begins.What I really liked about this book was I could see Sebastian grow up a boy who only wanted to score with any girl he could - ones who played the same game he did - into a young adult that I really grew to love. He was so incredibly messed up and he made stupid, very stupid, mistakes. He was so wonderfully human and realistic.The other main character was Aspen. I loved seeing Aspen through Sebastian's eyes - especially when he noticed he was a girl for the first time. Aspen was a girl he had taken advantage of for some time, a girl who he had pretty much treated as one-of-the-guys. She was loyal, cute and there when he needed her. She gave him as good as she got. But, things changed as the story went on.I thought the plot was great. Sure, there was the general cheesiness that comes with this type of book, but that's what you get in romance novels. It's how the book is written that says whether it goes in the cheesy crap pile or the cheesy I liked/loved it a lot. There was enough of an unusual plot and drama to this story that I admit that I did indeed like it.The pace of the story was fast enough that I was able to read the book quickly. It helped that there was always something humorous or dramatic going on. I also liked that I got to know why he had turned out the way he had. The back story wasn't actually too bad. I've read some books when the back story was pretty much non-existent. Although, that being said, I would have liked to have known more about Sebastian's dad.I would recommend this to anyone who is looking for a rom/com to read.Now for my rating.Four out of five starsThis review can be found here http://magicalmanuscriptsandwritingthings.blogspot.co.nz/