Candy and Relationship Advice: what's not to enjoy?

*Note: I received an Advanced Reader Copy of this title*

There was a lot to like in this American High School version of the series Sex Education. Here our intrepid child of relationship counselors focuses not on sex, but on, you guessed it, relationship advice. His classmates flock to him after he offers solid advice to his crush about her boyfriend from the closet where he runs a secret candy selling business meant to take out Student Council's business. Our young hero charges for advice and candy to secretly save up for something he needs to save his family. When I read the first chapter I wasn't sure about his motivations, but the author does a nice job with his character arc in making him likeable and his journey relatable. The more relationship advice he gives, the more clear it becomes he's got a lot to learn--in every relationship in his life. I recommend this book for anyone looking for a fun read with lots of candy sweetness.