Van caught sight of me. “Oh my God, stupid. I have a tendency not to think before I do things. I don’t like the feeling of sweat rolling down my back, so …” “You had to swab yourself down.” I wanted to tell him to continue, and I’d just watch, but I’m sure that would’ve been inappropriate.I learned many things from this story about tourettes, coping mechanisms and anxiety- and most importantly I learned that a group of bunnies is called a fluffle. Seriously, Vic was so freaking adorable, his interactions with the kids was the stuff of swooning, and sure he had a great way of sticking his foot in his mouth all the time, but he was pretty charming about it. And Tabby was so understanding and wonderful, fully able to appreciate Van for his words, heart and good looks, able to look past his struggles to have a real relationship and not judge. They had such a quirky relationship that worked well for them both, but I am not going to lie, some of the time it was so AWKWARD! I felt embarrassed for them at times, but still loved them so much. Side note, they both had the best of friends, the most supportive besties two kids could ask for, and I am holding out for a love connection for them too. I may not ever be able to look at squirrels the same though... I found that You, Me and Letting Go was just what I wanted to read without realizing it. It was full of acceptance, personal growth, fun interactions and learning to love one's self and others- as well as some awesome sounding art, be it paper plate animals or crafty films. This was such an adorable read and I highly recommend this story for anyone looking for a cute YA romance that has the ability to educate and entertain.