For me, I spend a lot of time with the college ladies and would love for them to read it too! Whether it's for ourselves as just a refresher course on what it was like to be in that stage of life, or a lesson to be learned now, it is a great read. It is helpful, honest, and speaks truth. It talks about filling our lives with Jesus and not relying on a boy to fill our lives. It gives girls and women alike realistic ways to put in to practice, and learn what a relationship with Christ looks like. Even for women in relationships or married, it's a good reminder for us that aren't in that teen stage anymore that your husband or your boyfriend doesn't and shouldn't ever take the role of Jesus in your life. While we know that, it's always good to refresh that in our minds.
Parents, I recommend that you get this for your daughter. I'm not suggesting that as a parent you buy this book to take the place of your teaching in her life, especially on the subject of boys, but sometimes when things come from a friend, another relative, a book, a magazine, or another place than "our parents" it sinks in a little more, or just reinforces what you are trying to teach them.
The book is encouraging and it leaves you with a desire to spend more time with the Lord and work at your relationship with God before any other. Aside from the book and it's greatness, the price can't be beat. It's only $4.99 and can be found here.