This book is 1 star because it's terrible and 5 stars because it's trying to be. There were so many times I was reading and I couldn't help but think, "huh. That's exactly how it happened in Fifty Shades." I laughed out loud a few times and skipped large chunks of useless descriptions a few more. I cried when Cthulhu said he couldn't be Andi's boyfriend, but probably not for the same reason Andi did. Overall, an interesting premise (from inception to finish) that's probably something better left discussed else where. I think what I'm supposed to write here is: STILL A BETTER LOVE STORY THAN TWILIGHT. Perhaps:RILEY BAY IS FOINE. I DON'T EVEN CARE IF HE HAS TENTACLES. Something like that.